Trusted partners and organisations
Further digital resilience guidance and support can be found through the following trusted organisation and partner sites.
Barnardo’s believe in a whole-family approach. They help young carers and care leavers; the abused and those at risk of exploitation. Support those suffering from mental health issues; those traumatised by trafficking and divert vulnerable young people away from organised crime.
BBFC (British Board of Film Classification)
The BBFC is an independent regulator with over 100 years’ experience. The BBFC helps everyone in the UK choose age-appropriate films, videos and websites, wherever and however they watch or use them.
Childline is a counselling service provided for young people up to their 19th birthday in the UK.
Phone: 0800 1111
Common Sense Education
Common Sense Education supports schools to empower the next generation of digital citizens, including award-winning, research-based lessons to prepare students with lifelong habits and skills, and helpful resources for parents.
Get Safe Online
A joint initiative with law enforcement agencies, regulators and public and private sector organisations in technology, communication, retail and finance, to help individuals and SMEs use the internet with confidence and safely.
Information Commissioner's Office (ICO)
The Information Commissioner has responsibility in the UK for promoting and enforcing the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the Data Protection Act 2018 (DPA 2018), the Freedom of Information Act 2000, the Environmental Information Regulations 2004 and the Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations 2003, amongst others.
Intellectual Property Office
Every day people look to solve problems and unleash technological advancement through invention. Because these creations have value – commercially and culturally, the Intellectual Property Office offers protection for intellectual property (IP) including patents, registered designs, trade marks and copyright. Understanding IP is important and that’s why we’ve developed a range of teaching resources.
Resources: Cracking ideas (TES)
Internet Watch Foundation
The IWF helps victims of child sexual abuse worldwide by identifying and removing online images and videos of their abuse. Their goal is an internet completely free of child sexual abuse imagery.
Phone: 01223 20 30 30
Learn My Way
Learn My Way (LMW) is a bilingual basic digital skills platform, which includes courses that help you develop digital skills to make the most of the online world.
Live Fear Free
Live Fear Free provides help and advice about violence against women, domestic abuse and sexual violence.
Phone: 0808 80 10 800
The Marie Collins Foundation
The Marie Collins Foundation is a charity dedicated to improving the outcomes for children abused online by supporting families, working in partnership with professionals, developing resources and providing training.
Phone: 01765 688827
Meic is the helpline service for children and young people up to the age of 25 in Wales. Meic will help by giving you information, useful advice and the support you need to make a change.
Phone: 080880 23456
National Crime Agency - CEOP
NCA CEOP is the UK's lead organisation dedicated to tackling child sexual abuse and exploitation and provides the Thinkuknow education programme. Children can report child sexual abuse and exploitation via Click CEOP’s Safety Centre.
National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC)
The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) provides cyber security guidance and support helping to make the UK the safest place to live and work online.
National Digital Exploitation Centre (NDEC)
The National Digital Exploitation Centre provides a dynamic facility for SMEs, academics, schools, organisations and individuals that want to learn more about technology, access state-of-the-art facilities and obtain quality advice from respected cyber experts.
Phone: 02921 052 734
The NSPCC is the UK's leading children's charity, preventing abuse and helping those affected to recover.
Parent Zone provide support and information to parents, children and schools, working globally to help families to navigate the internet safely and confidently. They work with parents, schools, governments and businesses to study, understand and address the impact of emerging technologies on young people.
Project DRAGON-S is using expertise in linguistics, artificial intelligence, criminology, public policy and psychology – and working with partners from around the world including child protection NGOs, policy makers and law enforcement agencies – to develop ethically responsible tools to protect children from online grooming.
ProMo-Cymru works to ensure young people are informed, engaged, connected and heard. ProMo-Cymru work collaboratively to make links between people and services using creativity and digital technology.
SchoolBeat Cymru is a partnership between the Welsh Government and the four Police Forces of Wales. SchoolBeat Cymru aims to safeguard children, build resilience, and keep them out of the criminal justice system.
‘Police safeguarding the children of Wales through crime prevention education’
Stop it now! Cymru
Stop It Now! Wales is a child sexual abuse prevention project that works across the country to ensure that parents, carers and professionals are as best placed as they can be to protect children from sexual abuse and exploitation.
Phone: 0808 1000 900
SWGfL (South West Grid for Learning) Trust Ltd
SWGfL is a charity dedicated to empowering the safe and secure use of technology through innovative services, tools, content and policy, nationally and globally.
Tarian Regional Cyber Crime Unit
The TARIAN Regional Cyber Crime Unit (RCCU) has a team of dedicated ‘Cyber Prevent’ officers whose role is to prevent young people from committing cybercrime and/or re-offending. The RCCU work closely with the National Crime Agency who coordinate the National Cyber Prevent response.
UK Safer Internet Centre
A partnership of three charities – Childnet, Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) and SWGfL – with a mission to make the UK the safest place to be online.
WISE KIDS works with children and young people, parents and carers, schools and other professionals to promote Digital Literacy, Online Safety, Digital Citizenship and Wellbeing via training programmes, networks, resources and research.
Youth Cymru is a major youth work charity operating within the whole of Wales. They support their members and young people to access and obtain additional resources, providing more choices and chances for learning, development and growth.
Phone: 01443 827840