Helping every young
person stay E-Safe.

At Keeping You E-Safe, we are dedicated to providing advice, information and support for young people and parents on how to keep safe online. We're also working to upgrade the e-safety education to help prevent the many issues affecting young people online.

How are you feeling today?

What issues are affecting you?

We have a library of advice pages for you to browse, with new topics being added all the time:

Celebrating Black History Month 2020!

At Keeping You E-Safe we are celebrating Black History Month. Every week we are highlighting people who have made a profound impact in black history!

Week 1:
Rosa Parks


Rosa Parks was one of the most influential African-American civil rights activists and has been named “the first lady of civil rights” and “the mother of the freedom movement”. On the 1st December 1955, Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat on the bus for a white passenger. Her actions led to the Montgomery Bus Boycott, a campaign against the segregation of black people.

Things to do.

Information Poster.

Want a poster with top tips and our new characters? Well... our information poster is perfect for you! Download it below.

Colouring Sheet.

Got an urge to get colouring or sticking? Why not give our characters a make over and share it with us #ColouringCyberWarriors

Word Search.

Try our E-Safety word Search. Our team just can't finish it... we're scratching our heads! Can you solve it and put us to shame?

Call Childline for further support.

0800 1111

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