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South West Grid for Learning Resources

Documents From Presentations

  • Acceptable Use of the Internet de Circular

  • Circular Internet Safety

Film Clips

  • Go Figure 3 (YouTube)

  • Can I be Your Friend? (YouTube)


  • Facebook Safety Pages


  • Facebook / Twitter demographics (Visual.ly)

  • Tablet Takeover (Visual.ly)

  • Mobile app Download Lowdown (Co.Design)

  • BBC Mobile TV


  • EU Kids Online website

  • EU Kids Online II Final Report (Sept 2011) (PDF)

  • Ofcom Communications Market Report (July 2012)

  • Ofcom Childrens and Adults Media Use and Attitudes Report (Oct 2012) (PDF)

  • SWGfL Policy and Practice in UK Schools (Jan 2012)

  • ICO Schools Data Protection Guidance Report (PDF)


  • DENI Papers


  • 360 degree safe (SWGfL)

  • Online Compass (SWGfL)

  • Early Years Toolkit (SWGfL)

  • Sexting Resources (UKSIC)

  • Picture This (Childnet)

  • So You Got Naked Online (SWGfL)

  • With Friends Like These… (SWGfL)

  • Exposed (CEOP)

  • Online Reputation Minisite (UKSIC)

  • Microsoft Infographic

  • Vodafone Digital Parenting

  • Parents Guide to Technology


  • Template E-Safety Policies (SWGfL)

  • E Safety Training (SWGfL)

  • EPICT Certificate (SWGfL)

  • Professionals Online Safety Helpline (UKSIC)

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All students follow the SMART Internet Safety Code:

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Follow the code to stay safe online

Isn’t the internet amazing? It allows you to see more,learn more and have lots of fun. To help you enjoy it safely, follow the Click Clever, Click Safe code. It’s just three simple things to remember to help keep you safe online.

Keep your personal stuff private and think about what you say and do online.

Block people who send you nasty messages and don’t open unknown links and attachments.

Flag up with someone you trust if anything upsets you or if someone asks to meet you offline.


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Multimedia Presentation (ParentsOnline)

Click on the banner below to view a multimedia presentation by Childnet, produced in collaboration with ParentsOnline:


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Interactive Safety Resource (Childnet)

The world's first interactive safety resource for parents. The animation is designed to be accessible and represent the main concerns that parents have for children from a range of ages and backgrounds - click below:



Purely for Parents (CEOP)

Click on on Slide 2 - Helen Penn - CEOP: Head of Education for an audio commentry through the presentation:




Useful Websites



KidSMART - learn about the internet and being a SMART surfer.


Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre


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