"Governing bodies and proprietors should ensure children are taught about safeguarding, including online" DfE May 2016


Online Safety Alliance services which will help to safeguard your school community in the digital age.
Go to Online Safety Diagnostics

Online Safety Diagnostics

Is the infrastructure in your school adequate for providing a safe online experience? Are your pupils involved in online behaviours which put them at risk? OSA diagnostic tools for e-safety coordinators, school leaders and governors will help you to find out.

Go to Online Anonymous Reporting System (OARS)

Online Anonymous Reporting System (OARS)

Ofsted have stated that a feature of Good and Outstanding e-safety and safeguarding is… “Robust and integrated reporting routines: School-based reporting routes that are clearly understood and used by the whole school, for example online anonymous reporting systems”. OARS is the perfect solution.

Go to OSA Certificate of Online Safety

OSA Certificate of Online Safety

Provide clear evidence that your students understand age-appropriate online risks, how to stay safe and how to report concerns. Pupils can complete the OSA Certificate of Online Safety in lessons or at home. Topics covered include online bullying, grooming, radicalisation and more.


OSA offers a wide range of consultancy services delivered by technology industry experts to award-winning educators. Support is available for all stakeholders, e.g. through governor advice and presentations for parents.

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What are the risks to our children?
The risks our children are exposed to are constantly changing and evolving.

The digital tools that our children use are constantly changing, as are the risks that arise as a result. It is essential that schools develop a detailed awareness of what the dangers our children are exposed to are, and the risks of each.

Underlying all changes is the movement of control away from schools and parents towards children, with the majority of children now having access to the Internet through data plans on their mobile phones reducing the impact of Internet filtering in schools and almost all children having unsupervised access to an Internet-enabled device in their bedroom at night.

Having a detailed and accurate picture of the online habits of the children in your school is an important step in ensuring you are providing the advice and support that they need. Our ‘Digital Lifestyles Surveys’, tailored to different age groups, can provide you with a detailed report for your Leadership team and governing body. Order a report for your school today.

  • www.antibullyingpro.com

  • Middlesex University

  • BBC

  • www.nspcc.org.uk

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