Internet safety

We aim to support organisations and create initiatives that reach and influence at least 150,000 young people – ensuring the advice and support about a positive and safe relationship online is both accessible and meaningful.

Whilst most young people believe the internet creates positive opportunities for them, there are critical issues that require continuous focus.  From e-safety to etiquette, through to cyberbullying and exposure to inappropriate content – young people and their carers need to access support, guidance and advice in ways that really work.

We aim to reach and influence at least 150,000 young people.


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REACH: online safety for children in care

Through REACH, we’ve worked to build a programme that make a meaningful and significant contribution to the ecosystem of young people in care and young care leavers.

Learn more on REACH
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South West Grid for Learning

Discover how our Children’s Online Safety programme supports South West Grid for Learning’s ProjectEVOLVE

Learn more on ProjectEvolve
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Find out how our Children’s Online Safety programme supports the Childnet and Nominet Digital Leaders Plus programme

Learn more on the Digital Leaders Plus Programme
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Safer Internet Day 2020

We partnered with Scouts for Safer Internet Day 2020, to launch a dedicated badge focused on online safety

Read more here
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Keeping Children Safe Online report

Our research looks at the online education surrounding young people and how we can support this moving forward

View the report