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01 February 2018

Northern Ireland schools invited to participate in nationwide online safety survey

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 Northern Ireland 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 today (Thursday 1) to Wednesday 28 February.

Designed for pupils aged between seven and 16, 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 and 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 pupilsurvey.lgfl.net

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