Keeping children safe online

Safety Net – Engaging parents to keep children safe online

72% of schools in a recent survey of 960 schools, found it difficult to engage parents with the topic of online safety. 67% of the parents surveyed said they had never received online safety training from their school..

Safety Net Yearly Membership

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Safety Net keeping children safe online

In response to the pandemic, where teaching is mostly remote, it has never been more important for schools to educate their parents on how to protect their children.

For most schools, reaching out to parents to engage them with e-safety is challenging at the best of times. Safety Net’s blended approach of webinars and remote learning resources is proven to support staff and parents in helping to address increasing concerns with young people when using the Internet, social media and playing online games.

Safety Net has had an incredible impact across our school community. We have a risk assessment in place, but the Skips programme enhances online safety, especially in the current climate, and safeguards the staff as well as the children. I have NEVER had a response like this.

Di Green, Safeguarding & Attendance Officer, Corngreaves & Timbertree Academies

Subscribe to the Safety Net Yearly Membership programme and receive:

  • 4 live virtual webinar sessions for teachers and parents delivered over 12 months.
  • 120 participants can attend each webinar.
  • 100 Safety Net books.
  • Certification for your school website.
  • Impact Evaluation Summary Report.

All for a subsidised Membership price of £595 plus VAT.

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