Primary Schools

See below our resource hub created specifically to help teachers keep children safe online. Plus, you’ll find our simple parent pack to help you encourage parents do the same.

In addition to our parent pack featuring bespoke resources for parents, you’ll find a range of primary school (KS1 and KS2) resources to help children develop the right digital skills to stay safe online in the classroom and at home with parents.

Teaching resources

Use this filter to get lesson plans and classroom resources on a range of online issues.

Parent support

Access our parent resources and other advice to keep parents informed on online safety.

Policy and Guidance

Stay informed about the latest changes in online safety policy and access based guidance.


Find training programmes available on a range of online issues.

School programmes

Learn about school programmes available to support children's digital journey.




Extremism and Radicalisation Awareness (EARA)

Kidscape’s Extremism and Radicalisation Awareness (EARA) programme features a 3-stage model to help schools safeguard students against the risk of radicalisation.

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Using External Visitors to Support Online Safety Education

This guidance has been created to enable Designated Safeguarding Leads (DSLs), PSHE Leads and other staff working within educational settings to make informed decisions regarding the effective use of external visitors to support online safety education.

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Tackling Race and Faith Targeted Bullying

Create by UKCCIS and the Anti-Bullying Alliance, this guide highlights some key actions that can both prevent, and respond to race and faith targeted bullying in a school environment. There are also links to further resources and activities that can help you in your approach to promoting good relationships and equality in your school.

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Safety Snakes

Barefoot Safety Snakes offers a way for young pupils to learn about good and unwise online behaviours. As they make their way around the game board, they will land on squares providing details of different types of online scenarios.

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Education for a Connected World

UKCCIS guidance on what a child should know in terms of current online technology, and what skills they need to be able to navigate it.

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Digital code of conduct

Watch and share the new code for children to inspire them to take positive action online

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Professionals Online Safety Helpline

For online safety concerns – the helpline is available to call (0844 381 4772) or email Mon-Fri 10am-4pm

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