Digiduck Stories

Created to help parents and teachers educate children aged 3 – 7 about online safety, it includes ebooks, PDFs, a poster and an interactive app.

Be Internet Legends

Be Internet Legends empowers younger children to use the web safely and wisely, so they can be confident explorers of the online world.

Step Up! Speak Up!

Step Up, Speak Up! is a practical campaign toolkit to address the issue of online sexual harassment amongst young people aged 13 – 17 years.

STAR SEN Toolkit

This Toolkit provides practical advice and teaching activities to help educators explore online safety with young people who have special educational needs.

Trust Me

Designed to support teachers in exploring critical thinking, the resource educates young people around inaccurate information they may encounter online.

Crossing the line

A practical online safety toolkit dealing with issues such as cyberbullying, sexting, self-esteem and peer-pressure for 11-14 year olds.

Digital Resilience

This is a lesson plan designed to help young people aged 11-14 to develop digital resilience, to be able to manage their lives online and to help others.

Myth v Reality

A toolkit with films and lesson plans to explore online issues including body image, online relationships and online pornography for young people aged 11-14.

Selma Hacking Hate

SELMA is a two-year project co-funded by the European Commission which aims to tackle online hate speech by promoting mutual awareness, tolerance, and respect.

So You Got Naked Online

So You Got Naked Online is a resource that offers children, young people and parents advice and strategies to support the issues resulting from sexting incidents.

Better Internet for Kids

BIK is a platform where key online safety stakeholders can exchange knowledge, and resources to help create a better internet for children and young people.

Internet Literacy Handbook

The handbook offers families, educators and policy-makers sufficient technical know-how to allow them to navigate, with young people, through communication technology.

Think u know

An education programme from NCA-CEOP, a UK organisation which protects children both online and offline, and also offers advice for parents and educators.

Project DeShame

It aims to increase reporting of online sexual harassment among minors & improve multi-sector cooperation in preventing and responding to this behaviour.

Be Media Smart

A Media Literacy Ireland campaign to help people tell the difference between reliable and accurate information and false or misleading information.

Tackle Bullying

Providing information and resources, Tackle Bullying is a national website to counter bullying and cyberbullying for young people, parents and teachers


ProjectEVOLVE is a resource which helps teachers to plan lessons that prepare their pupils for life online.

With resources, activities, and CPD materials covering topics including online relationships, privacy and security, managing online information, copyright and ownership, self-image, and more.

Teaching and Learning with Twitter

Co-authored by Twitter and UNESCO, this guide focuses on media and information literacy, digital citizenship, and online safety. It offers practical guidance to educators looking to discuss these issues in the classroom.

Inclusive Digital Safety

Empowering parents, carers, and professionals with tailored advice and insight to make meaningful interventions in the lives of children and young people most likely to experience online risks, this advice hub is the first of its kind.

Talk to someone

Worried about something you have seen online or concerned about your child? Childline and the National Parents Council Primary offer free advice and support service.

Childline is a support service for young people up to the age of 18.There is a 24hr telephone, online and mobile phone texting service.

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The National Parents Council Primary enables and empowers parents to be effective partners in their children’s education.

01 887 4477

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