Despite only emerging in 2016, TikTok is now the fastest-growing social media platform around. As a result, understanding how it works and how to use it safely really matters for families.  However, it’s one thing wanting to find out more about functionality, reporting or privacy settings. Having the time toRead More →

Resources and support for teachers of Early Years through to Post 16. There is something for all teachers on the NRICH site. If you are an Early Years practitioner, you will find activities, articles and useful documents and well as support for your own professional development. If you are aRead More →

Taking place on 7th February 2023, with celebrations and learning based around the theme ‘Want to talk about it? Making space for conversations about life online’. All of the resource are tailored for each Key Stage, with the Education Packs including lesson plans, assemblies, posters and much more. This yearRead More →

A valuable tool you can share with parents and carers, offering free services and resources to parents, families and professionals. Parent Zone is a social enterprise with a library of digital guides, including the most popular online platforms and games together with a regularly updated blog and advice to navigateRead More →

360 Degree Safe is a free, award-winning online safety self-review tool for schools. It has been developed to allow those responsible for online safety within a school or trust to gain a complete provision of their online safety policy and practice. It is divided into four main sections: Within theRead More →

A series of podcasts about Online Safety has been produced by South West Grid for Learning (SWGfL). They have produced a new podcast series called Interface. The podcasts will be hosted by online safety experts and they will cover some of the most talked about online safety and safeguarding topicsRead More →

Thousands of free-to-access resources are available from STEM Learning. If you have not recently checked the STEM Learning resources sections, it is well worth revisiting and having a look at the free-to-access resources available to support the teaching and learning of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) subjects. Within thisRead More →

This certification builds on the skills learned in the Level 1 certification and moves into advanced technology integration. Just like Level 1, this certification also has a corresponding Advanced Training course which is highly recommended to increase the chances of passing the exam. Advanced Training is also self-paced and requiresRead More →

This is the fundamentals level certification and focuses very much on proficiency in Google for Education products. In addition to product knowledge, you will be expected to also have an understanding of the Google for Education ethos and vision as these aspects do come into the exam. It is highlyRead More →

The Digiworld website consists an interactive game which helps children develop skills and resilience online and a range of teaching resources for 5-16 year olds that accompany the interactive game. All of this is available free of charge.  It has been developed in partnership between Parent Zone and Telenor andRead More →

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Tech We Can is a programme of free learning resources to inspire students about the world of technology. I was really inspired by this website and the resources available. Recently published is a new series of animated lessons for students aged 5 and above. All the resources are aimed toRead More →