Online safety resources for schools and organisations

Topics: Online safety

Browse our range of online safety resources and keep children safe online


Protecting children from online abuse

Learn more about the different types of online abuse, and how best to recognise, respond to, and prevent this abuse.

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E-safety for schools

Read our free information for schools to help you feel confident in your approach to online safety and develop robust e-safety policies and procedures.

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Online safety training

Take our elearning course on online safety and learn about how children and young people use existing technology, the risks involved and how to protect them from harmful content online in your context. Cost: £35.

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Share Aware resources for schools and teachers

Download our free Share Aware lesson plans and classroom guidance to help teach your class to stay safe online.

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NSPCC Library reading list

Learn more about online safety with our selection of publications related to e-safety topics, including cyberbullying, social media usage, and online mental health.

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Example online safety policy statement

Use our example online safety policy statement to help you draft your own documents that set out how children should use the internet safely within your organisation.

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Online safety and social media

Ensure you're following best practice when communicating online or running online services for children and young people.

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Prefer audio?

We have a number of NSPCC Learning podcast episodes on e-safety and keeping children safe online.

> Podcast: Enhancing online safety for children

This podcast focuses on how to enhance online safety for children and young people in your group or organisation and how to deal with any online issues that might arise.

> Podcast: How safe? 2019 report

This podcast covers our How safe are our children? report for 2019, which focused on the most up-to-date statistics relating to issues of online safety and online abuse in the UK.