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Online safety is being aware of the nature of the possible threats that you could encounter whilst engaging in activity through the internet.
What you need to know
Staying safe online allows you to protect yourself and others from online harms.
You don’t need to be an internet expert to keep children and young people and yourself safe online. Keeping safe online hosts a range of resources to help you support children and young people to use the internet safely and responsibly.
We have information and advice on a range of online safety topics including consent, privacy and data, inappropriate or offensive content, live streaming, mental health and well-being and internet, misinformation, online bullying, online grooming, online hate, online radicalisation and extremism, online relationships, online reputation and digital footprint, online sexual harassment, screen time, sharing nudes and semi-nudes and social media, gaming and apps.
Welsh Government guidance
- Introduction to safeguarding - Keeping learners safe module 1
- Safeguarding roles and responsibilities - Keeping learners safe module 2
- Safeguarding practice case studies - Keeping learners safe module 3
- Online safety for practitioners - Keeping learners safe module 4
- Online safety for governors - Keeping learners safe module 5
Learning and teaching resources
- Data protection, privacy and consent
- Inappropriate or offensive content
- Live streaming
- Mental health and well-being and the internet
- Online bullying
- Online grooming
- Online hate
- Online radicalisation and extremism
- Online relationships
- Online reputation and digital footprint
- Online sexual harassment
- Screen time
- Sharing nudes and semi-nudes
- Social media, gaming and apps