Schools invited to participate in nationwide pupil online-safety survey

Calling all schools!

To mark Safer Internet Day on 6 February 2018, the NSPCC and the London Grid for Learning (LGfL DigiSafe) is urging primary and secondary schools across the UK to take part in a free pupil online safety survey.

Findings from the anonymised survey will be used to help develop a better understanding of young people’s online lives via a national academic report, and locally, by returning the data to participating schools.

Schools can sign up in advance to take part in the online survey, which is open from Thursday 1 to Wednesday 28 February.

Designed for pupils across Key Stages 2-4, it covers a range of online safety issues including:

  • Livestreaming
  • Gaming
  • Meeting people online (and then face to face)
  • Sharing – such as personal information, images and videos
  • Staying safe online

More than 22,000 children and young people took part in the previous survey which was held in 2015.

To sign up, and for further information, visit

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