Internet Safety

Find resources to help develop understanding of staying safe in digital spaces.

Cyber Resilience

Explore materials designed to develop cyber resilient behaviours.

Digital Citizenship

Take a look at resources which build skills and understanding in how to be an active and respectful member of society online.

Digital Wellbeing

Discover resources to help develop and maintain a healthy relationship with technology – emotionally, mentally and socially.

Internet Safety

DigiLearnScot CRIS Teacher Toolkit

A toolkit for teachers to locate information, resources and professional learning to support you in planning meaningful CRIS (Cyber Resilience and Internet Safety) learning.

Google: Be Internet Legends

A program which aims to help empower younger children be safe and confident explorers of the online world. The site includes online games, resources for teachers and guides for parents/carers. You can find out more about this on our resources page.


ThinkUKnow resources are aimed at different age groups and includes materials for pupils, parents/carers and teachers. ThinkUKnow is the education programme from NCA-CEOP, a UK organisation which protects children both online and offline. Explore the age specific Thinkuknow websites for advice about staying safe online, get help and report harmful online content or activity.

BBC Own It: Online Safety Resources

A fabulous online wellbeing platform for children. This link specifically takes you to their online safety teaching resources aimed at pupils aged 7-11. Each section has been mapped to learning objectives from the Education for a Connected World framework set out by the UK Council for Internet Safety and features a downloadable teacher resource document with discussion points and activity ideas.


NetSmartz is NCMEC’s online safety education program. It provides age-appropriate videos and activities to help teach children be safer online with the goal of helping children to become more aware of potential online risks and empowering them to help prevent victimisation by making safer choices. This link takes you directly to the downloadable resources for parents, educators and communities.

HTML Heroes

Teach pupils the importance of digital citizenship and online safety with the help of the HTML Heroes! From the Irish Internet Safety Awareness Centre – the resources explore many themes such as being safe online, finding reliable information, privacy, chatting, playing and learning online. The programme is supported by fun activities, animations, short illustrated stories and more. The digital storybooks for middle primary learners are a particular highlight!


Cyber Resilience

DigiLearnScot Teacher Toolkit

A toolkit for teachers to locate information, resources and professional learning to support you in planning meaningful CRIS (Cyber Resilience and Internet Safety) learning.

BBC Own It: It’s Personal

Explore the ‘It’s Personal’ section of the Own It platform. Pupils can explore celebrity interviews, animations and skits around topics such as dealing with trolls and bullies, advice on negative comments and being kind online. Aimed at children aged 7-11. 

Digital Citizenship

Future Learn: What is Digital Citizenship?

This Future Learn guide for teachers provides a comprehensive guide on everything you need to know about digital citizenship, as well as how to teach your students the basics. Choc full of links to additional resources, research and reports this is a good starting point for some casual professional learning on Digital Citizenship.

Edutopia: Teaching Digital Citizenship

The Five-minute Film Festival – Teaching Digital Citizenship is a playlist of short films covering the importance of online safety, manners, privacy, and responsibility. From the George Lucas Foundation (yes, that George Lucas) you can expect quality, informative resources albeit with fewer Wookies and less blaster action than perhaps expected!

Edutopia: Digital Citizenship Resource Roundup

A collection of articles, videos, and other resources on internet safety, cyberbullying, digital responsibility, and media and digital literacy.

Common Sense Education

The Everything You Need to Teach Digital Citizenship page is bursting with highly detailed resources for all ages of learners covering various aspects of digital citizenship. These lessons cover a range of topics including digital identity, relationships and communication, digital drama and hate speech, news and media literacy, evaluating websites and much much more. Lesson plans include customisable resources, videos and lesson slides.

Digital Wellbeing

BBC Own It: Take Control

The ‘Take Control’ section of the BBC’s Own It platform is all about looking after pupil wellbeing, exploring new skills and using those skills in the future. Covering topics such as keeping a positive mindset, being body kind and doing a digital detox pupils can explore the wide range of video, article and quiz content at their own pace or as part of a focused lesson.

That’s Not Cool is dedicated to decreasing teen dating violence linked to technology, and is increasing awareness for healthy teen relationships online. This award winning American based organisation has interactive games, information, advice and even digital and printable ‘callout cards’ to encourage teens to challenge harmful behaviours. For teachers there is a dedicated ‘Adult Allies’ section with support materials for engaging young people.