NSPCC and LGfL Pupil Online Safety Survey for Safer Internet Day 2018

LGfL DigiSafe  and NSPCC are launching a nationwide  pupil online safety survey for Safer Internet Day 2018 (6th February).  

The survey will be open to pupils across Key Stages 2-4 and will be available between the 1st and 28th February to allow as many schools and pupils as possible to take part. 

Schools who sign up to up to take part will be contributing to a major piece of academic research; they will also be able to access statistics for their own response once the report has been completed.This will allow schools to have a personal response to compare against national trends; this will potentially help DSLs identify specific trends and needs in their school.

Questions in the survey will cover the three C’s of Content / Contact / Conduct, and will explore the following:

  • Livestreaming
  • Gaming
  • Meeting people online (and then face to face)
  • What you see online (good and bad)
  • Sharing
  • Risk taking
  • Staying safe online
  • Money matters

Schools can register an interest here and will received a prefilled link to share with pupils ready for when the survey goes live in 2018.


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1 Response to NSPCC and LGfL Pupil Online Safety Survey for Safer Internet Day 2018

  1. Joanne Godfrey says:

    I have signed us up to do on that week in KS2

    Jo Godfrey Deputy Head Boughton-Under-Blean and Dunkirk Methodist Primary School ________________________________

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