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We create current lesson packs to help you discuss being safe online in your school.
We have lessons & assemblies for every age group, from Key Stage 1 through to KS5 - so your whole school can get involved.Download now
Schools that take part in our lesson in their schools will be invited to take part in a National Vote.
Using a survey at the end of the lesson, they'll join tens of thousands of young people across the country to make their voices heard in an anonymous vote.
And our votes have an impact. Last year, we worked with Kidscape and End Violence Against Children to make sure young people's opinions were heard.
This year, we want to talk about online safety with the experts - young people. That’s why we’re inviting students from across the country to discuss how they keep safe online, and how adults can best support them.
This is their chance to share what they want to see.
If you have students who are passionate about online safety, we invite them to join us on 9th February to share their thoughts.Sign up
Our live voting platform means that schools will see in real-time what young people across the nation are saying about online safety.
WIth just a click of a button, you'll see how your school compares with the region and nation. You can break down the results by age group or gender too, allowing you to see how different groups of pupils feel about the internet.Trial our platform
After the vote, you'll be invited to a CPD webinar where experts from schools, charities and associations will be discussing the online world and young people.
They'll use the anonymous voting data to make sure the CPD is suited to what support schools currently need to navigate teaching about the online world.Sign Up
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