An assistant headteacher talks about what sets Be Internet Legends apart from other online safety programmes.
The rapidly-growing community of ‘BIL’ teachers share their experiences and help others to get started.
Assistant Headteacher Marion Coyne explains how they plan to use the Be Internet Legends curriculum with KS2 pupils.
A computing teacher explains how the scheme of work is transforming his school’s approach to internet safety.Recent blogs
A specialist leader of education for computing explains how the curriculum is changing the way his pupils learn about e-safety.
How the Be Internet Legends assembly helped one SEND school engage pupils in online safety.
Kate Forbes MSP, Scottish Minister for Public Finance and Digital Economy, on why Be Internet Legends is an essential educational tool.
A KS2 primary school pupil explains about how the Be Internet Legends scheme of work helped him feel safer online.
Emma Lewell-Buck, the Shadow Minister for Education (Children & Families), backs Be Internet Legends.
A Parent Zone trainer discusses how they deliver the Be Internet Legends programme to pupils.