Advanced behavioural technology and highly-trained human moderators alert designated staff to children suspected of becoming vulnerable.
Monitor can help detect children suspected to be at risk far beyond what a teacher's eyes and ears alone can achieve.
Schools can concentrate on supporting and educating students, with the peace of mind that if Monitor detects a potential online incident, they will be alerted within minutes.
Designated school staff are alerted in real-time and within minutes of an event being detected. Notifications are by email, and by phone for the highest suspected risks. All alerts come with contextual evidence to support next step decision-making.
A highly trained, human moderation team provides protection 24/7, 365 days a year. They assess the more serious alerts and remove false positives before contacting designated staff.
Low level alerts are stored in the Dashboard for viewing at the next login. Medium alerts are communicated through email. High alerts are conveyed by phone. Designated staff staff are contacted only when necessary.
facing the highest suspected risk, including to their health or life, were spotted by Monitor in 2022.
at potential serious risk, including mental health and self-harm, were spotted by Monitor in 2022.
at potential risk of violence or bullying were found by our solutions in 2022.
are supported every day by our technologies.
Designated Safeguarding Lead
Smoothwall Monitor is amazing... it’s the reassurance that you know students are safe, and you know humans are analysing risks and providing human judgement. It works so seamlessly.
Hollywood Primary School
Care, Guidance & Support Manager
I can’t praise Smoothwall Monitor enough! It’s not only made my life a lot easier, but it really does have the ability to transform lives because it gives me time to act.
King Harold Academy
Operations & Business Manager
In relation to 7 months of stress and pain from a previous provider which failed to deliver what they had stated it would do, Smoothwall Monitor knocks it out of the park!