Helps teachers and pastoral staff stay ahead of digital safety trends and have meaningful conversations with students.
Helps parents build their knowledge and take a more active role in teaching their children about online safety.
Written by digital safety experts, the Online Safety Hub acts as a central place for everyone's digital safety needs and questions.
Our innovative platform brings together the insights of the world's most respected online safety experts.
Each of our experts is a leader in the field, offering rich knowledge and experience in the fields of technology, psychology, teaching, governance, law enforcement and digital wellness.
Multiple content types ensure help is available in the right form for the right circumstance. Information includes how-to guides, articles, blog posts, FAQs, step-by-step instructions including conversation starters and much more.
Assesses the safety levels on all commonly used apps, including age suggestions & safety settings.
Information to help encourage discussion around positive digital safety behaviours including cyberbullying, oversharing and screen time.
Your portal will be unique to your school and bear your logo and colours to reassure your parents of the importance you place on digital safety and wellbeing.
Our experts will facilitate a face-to-face or webinar session to launch the portal and create engagement with your parents and governors. Allows you to give parents free access to Qustodio, our world-leading parental control app.
Supports teacher development through up-to-date resources. It also features easy-to-share content for school social media channels and newsletters - helping keep online safety top of mind in your school community.
The Online Safety Hub is fantastic. If any parents have concerns about a safety issue, the staff have resources to refer to, and they can also guide parents to look at the hub.
St George's School
For us, the Hub is about putting little snippets into each newsletter. I still don’t know if we as a community really understand the impacts of cyberbullying and digital citizenship and how our children are behaving online. I feel we still have a lot of work to do as a school around highlighting some of the online dangers, so we keep putting it out there and talking about this with our communities.
I still now send out regular cyber tips to our community on different things that are coming up. I was able to use all the information that was given to us through the Hub, which is at hand, and share it with my community, students, and staff. It has been seamless.