In exciting news, we are proud to announce that National Online Safety have been successful in two categories at the Teach Primary Awards 2019.
NOS Certified Membership Programme
Our 3-star award in the CPD category for our NOS Certified Programme recognises our outstanding contribution towards providing a complete solution for schools to implement an effective approach to online safety.
Maria Cunningham, Network Development Leader for the Teacher Development Trust and one of the main judges, commented:
“A comprehensive and complete support system for schools and organisations to meet the ever-changing needs and contexts of primary settings. As a 100% digital resource, it is highly accessible and flexible to implement, and offers expert guidance to a range of users from teachers, to leaders, to school governors and parents.”
In addition, we were 4-star award winners in the Free Resources category for our WakeUpWednesday online safety guides. The award recognised how our online guides were providing trusted adults with the crucial information they need to keep children safe online, as well as keeping schools up-to-date with the latest advancements in the online world and the ever-evolving threats that go along with them.
John Dabell, who is an education professional and the regular Teach Primary reviewer, stated:
“Accessible and engaging guides on social media applications, online games, and general online safety. A superb knowledge base, these are highly informative and engaging guides full of top tips for helping adults monitor and guide children’s digital behaviours so they can navigate the dangers and enjoy the online world responsibly.”
“Receiving the 3-star award in the CPD category and 4-star award in the Free Resources category is an amazing achievement and reflects the quality of resources that National Online Safety have to offer. Given we were up against some tough competition, the awards are a testament to the hard-work and dedication of the staff and their commitment to producing content which is engaging, accessible and has huge educational impact.”