Cyber Street Launch

Free online interactive (e)Safeguarding support for parents’ and families

The ‘Cyber Streetwise’ campaign aims to change the way people view online safety and provide the public and businesses with the skills and knowledge they need to take control of their cyber security. The campaign includes a new easy-to-use website and online videos offering easy access to a range of interactive resources, tailoring an individual’s visit to provide clear advice on the essentials for enjoying a safe experience online.

There are five actions people can take in order to protect themselves and others from cyber-crime. The key behaviours the campaign is focussing on changing are:

  • using strong, memorable passwords
  • installing anti-virus software on new devices
  • checking privacy settings on social media
  • shopping safely online – always check online retail sites are secure
  • downloading software and application patches when prompted

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If you would like further information about (e)Safeguarding for staff, pupils or parents please visit our website or contact Sarah Hawkins on 01274 385844 or

Paul Scott

Curriculum Innovation manager working strategically with local, regional and national partners ensuring the service’s provision continually evolves to meet the needs of schools, the local community and businesses.

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