Say Something Week 2017- recognizing the warning signs
19th October 2017
Say Something Week, founded by non-profit organisation Sandy Hook Promise, aims to promote awareness and educate students, school staff and the wider community on preventing gun violence by identifying the key warning signs.
National Bullying Prevention Month- put a STOP to bullying
18th October 2017
October marks National Bullying Prevention Month, a campaign founded in 2006 by PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center. Bullying is a problem that can happen anywhere- at school, at home or online. There is just no escape for those targeted. Shocking statistics reveal that over 3.2 million students are victims of bullying each year and approximately
How to be an Educator Steward of Student Data Privacy- advice from iKeepSafe
11th October 2017
In this guest blog, iKeepSafe offers advice for educators on student data privacy and how to build a student privacy protection program.
World Mental Health Day 2017- mental health in young children
10th October 2017
Today is World Mental Health Day. This is an initiative set up by the World Federation for Mental Health and is observed on the 10th October every year. It has the overall objective of raising awareness of world mental health issues and supporting those suffering from them. What a great day to show your support
3 reasons to monitor content alongside filtering
4th October 2017
Using an internet filtering system may seem like enough to ensure students’ safety online, but is it? Going beyond just block, here's 3 reasons why you should monitor content alongside filtering.
Back to School- creating motivation in the classroom
13th September 2017
Following their long break, it's likely that students will return to your classroom feeling sluggish and unprepared to immediately resume learning. To reignite energy levels this semester, we have provided you with some top tips to bring back the school motivation in the classroom.