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.

Internet safety is now a bigger part of the primary curriculum impacting a number of areas such as SRE, PSHE, and ICT. With this in mind, it is important to make sure that teachers and educators have access to reliable resources to support children and encourage parents to continue conversations at home.

As well as a wide range of bespoke content for parents throughout our site, below you’ll find a diverse selection of teaching resources, online safety training, policy and guidance and parent support resources to help you engage with parents and children on a number online safety issues. Keep checking for updates as we’ll be adding more as they become available.




Be Kind campaign teacher pack

This Morning has launched the Be Kind Campaign to offer key advice and an anti-bullying message following recent powerful interviews focused on bullying and the experiences faced by children and their families.

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Parent Info

Free school service created by CEOP and Parent Zone. Parent Info provides high quality information to parents and carers about their children's wellbeing and resilience and can be hosted on your school website.

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Parent pack: Online safety guides

Use our range of leaflets to raise awareness of online safety at parents evenings, one-to-one sessions or as a simple take-away.

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Anti-Bullying Week resources

See a list of anti-bullying week activities for teachers to run suitable for high school and college environments.

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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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NSPCC Share Aware

Lesson plans and classroom guidance about staying safe online

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One Word campaign

See our campaign to help parents keep kids safe online this new term

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