eSafety relies on selecting appropriate privacy levels, knowing how to behave online and understanding the risks of using the Internet and mobile technologies: having the tools and the knowledge to be able to work safely.
The Learner Services Team regularly update the eSafety area on Moodle with general eSafety information and games, tutoriales of how to manage your digital spaces, useful website links and videos.
Spend a little time looking through the resources on Moodle – then test yourself to see how much you know and how eSafety aware you are.
You can also find help and information from the charities and organisations below.
The Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP) works across the UK tackling child sex abuse and providing advice for parents, young people and children.