Policy & Training

See a broad range of resources to keep you informed and engaged on the latest developments in online safety and our support pack for parents to do the same. Use the filter to sort the resources you'd like to see.

Keep up with the latest developments in online safety policies and procedures by taking a look through our list of resources. In addition our parent pack, you’ll find resources from a range of organisations to support you.

Parent advice

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

Policy and Guidance

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


Find the latest training programmes available on a range of online issues




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.

Read moreSee Resource

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.

Read moreDownload PDF

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.

Read moreDownload PDF

Prevent & Channel Duty – A Toolkit for Schools

The Prevent and Channel Duty toolkit offers guidelines on how to implement Prevent strategy in schools and features as self-assessment for those who have a role to play in safeguarding children.

Read moreSee Resource

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

Learn more

Curriclum planning

UK Safer Internet Centre advice on how to create an effective internet safety curriculum in your school.

Learn more

Professionals Online Safety Helpline

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

Learn more