"The Internet Watch Foundation identified almost 20,000 webpages of child sexual abuse images in the first half of 2022 that included "self generated" content of 7 - 10 year old children. This is a 360% increase on the same period in 2020".
I think that the lessons are really cool because they include real things that are happening online and real things like sexism, racism, homophobia and everything that’s going on online and real issues."
“Excellent presentation that every parent in Scotland needs to hear”
“These lessons have made a huge positive difference to how my class interacts with each other online”
There are several ways you or your organisation can support us to help protect more children from online exploitation and harm.
You can donate what you can afford to help fund support workers to teach online safety in schools.
Directly sponsor an event to help us support more people how to improve online safety.
Partner with us to work together in reducing online child exploitation.