Our aim is to protect young people from potential digital dangers through advice, educational workshops and e-safety guidance. Our resources have been specially created for young people, parents and educational facilities.

Cyber Hero—
Keeping Young People Safer Online!

We would like to teach children how to spend more quality time online and how to improve their physical and mental digital well-being at home and in school. Our free parental resources have been developed around the ‘Education for a Connected World’ framework set by the UK Council for Internet Safety and from extensive research.

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 Why Cyber Hero?…

Due to advancements in technology together with the ease of accessibility of digital devices along with cheaper, quicker WiFi children and young people now have the opportunity to spend more time online and from a younger age. Although the internet can be a place of learning and development it can also be a place where children can be vulnerable and have the opportunity to access information that we could usually protect them from offline.

Our Mission

Our Mission is to help protect children online and to assist schools, parents and guardians to keep children e-safe whilst  widening their own e-safety knowledge.

Our Vision

We want to safeguard children online and make them aware of the potential online risks they can face. We want to help children understand that it can be difficult to distinguish who they are interacting with online and enable them to comprehend  that they can say ‘no’ and not feel coerced into doing something they do not want to do.

How can we help?

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Cyber Bullying

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Cyber Security & Parental Controls

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Self Harm & Suicidal Ideology

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Digital Detox & Family Agreements

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Grooming, Cyber Stalking & Strangers on the Internet

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Eating Disorders and Online Behaviour

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Gambling, Gaming & Age Ratings

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Sexting, Dating, Nude images & Consent Online

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Age Appropriate Advice

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 Phishing & Generating Passwords

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Wellbeing, Self image & Identity

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Purchasing Medicines & Make up Online

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Purchasing Illegal Wepons

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What type of parental style do you have?

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Online Extremism & Radicalisation

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Mental Health & Social Media

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The Dark Web

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Fake News?

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Online E-Safety CPD Approved Courses

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E-Safety Resources  Schools

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Children in UK Have been Cyber Bullied (Source: Ditch The Label.)

Percent of Young people have not told anyone what the worst thing that has happened to them online is (Source: Internet Matters.)

Children in the UK Self-harmed last year (Source: The Children's Society.)

Children Aged 11-16 bet regularly, more than those who have taken drugs, smoked or drunk alcohol. (Source: The Gambling Commission.)

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