Internet Safety for Kids

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Internet Safety Talks Ireland

Your talk yesterday was incredible.

Joan Devlin, Foxrock Pastoral Centre, Co Dublin.

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Internet Safety Talks for Kids

Available worldwide on Zoom.

We provide talks on internet safety for kids in primary school. Book now

  • An authoritative voice in the classroom different from that of teachers.
  • We explain how to stay safe online to children, parents and teachers.

Additionally, our internet safety talks for kids help schools, parents and their children understand the importance of parental control, social media safety, the effects of online behaviour, online gaming and cyberbullying.

In 2021, we have spoken to parents, students in nearly 30 countries worldwide including US, Switzerland, Italy, Russia, Suadi, UAE.

We offer internet safety talks for kids ages:

We know that Teachers, Schools, Boards and Parents are already doing a great job without much help from anyone. We are here to help.

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During our interactive child safety talks we share current internet safety facts and useful tips to stay safe online. All figures are based on 2018 classroom surveys.

Most children are familiar with basic internet safety rules, however these are simply not enough to keep them safe online. Our talks re-enforce the necessity to follow these rules and create awareness about the latest issues facing their internet safety.

Additionally, we explain the unpleasant consequences for some children on Social Media, and how to manage social media bullying. Cyberbullying is massive issue and needs to be addressed as early as possible.

It’s vitally important that kids are taught about the internet and its magnitude from as young as possible.

All evidence indicates that children who are taught how to use the internet safely and correctly gain valuable skills, have improved childhood development, and are more successful at everything they do. It is critical that constructive online habits are established by the age of 10/11 to help prevent sexting, bullying and hurt online.


We provide online safety speakers to Primary Schools worldwide in person and via Zoom. As kids, this is exactly the right time to instil the best habits online for Phone addiction, gaming and social media. 

Our online safety talks provide a different voice and some fresh ideas for students, and teachers alike. 

For booking and details: Primary Schools


Age graded content appropriate for teenagers. Younger teenagers need different messaging to older teenagers. over the years we have varied Older teenagers need to be especially careful around online reputation. Bullying culture, Sexting, understanding the power of social media.

We always give it to teenagers in a straight powerful impactful way backed by real examples. We make sure teenagers understand the law surrounding online activity and the increasing power and abilities of the Police in tackling these abuses. 

For booking and details: Senior Schools


No longer the forgotten man, we spoke to thousands of parents on Zoom during COVID19 lockdown. We explain how social media works, what you can do, how to teach your kids to win online. Can technology like parental control make a difference?

What problems are typical for each age group. Gaming, Social Media, Sexting, Bullying, What is the right amount of time online for kids and adults alike. 

For booking and details: Parents


Safer Internet Day 2022

The next internet safety day is Tuesday 8th February 2022, hashtag #SID2022 with hundreds of countries participating. Plan something for your school, check our page for some ideas.

Our e-Book. How to to protect your kids online!

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For the Parents

We are delighted to speak with Parents Groups. We will talk to parents before School, lunchtime or in the Evening. We do so in the knowledge that some parents are baffled by Phones, Social Media and hate the idea of Snapchat. We will update Parents on what we said to the kids during the time, pass on some tips and tricks for phone addicted kids

Just wanted to drop you a quick e-mail to say thank you so much. For us, I would say that was a really good turn out of parents- probably a third of families there. There is so much to get through and I think that will have been a really helpful summary. Thanks again.

Charlotte Whittle Headteacher, Stoke Row C.E. Primary School, May 2021

Just completed the Zoom session with the guys from BeSecureOnline for #SID2021. TikTok, Snapchat, Gaming and more, we have several ideas we are implementing immediately we are we are tightening up school guidelines on social media, gaming and digital wellbeing. Well done and Thank you. Parents loved the simple messaging for the kids

Graine McGowan Pimlico Primary, London SW1

"Myself, and the senior classes of Strabraggan N.S. just attended the BeSecure Online zoom talk. The talk was very informative and proved very beneficial for the children. It was clear they learned some important information and ways to stay safe while using apps and online websites. I would definitely recommend the talk to other students and teachers.

Elaine Hamilton Strabraggan N.S

Spoke to over 300 parents, every child in the school from 7 years of age, we were very happy with the talks, and recommend their service strongly

Graine McGowan Mount Anville Primary

Delighted we invited their team to speak with kids and parents

Camilla McDonals The Mulberry School, West Hempstad, London

Your talk yesterday was incredible

Joan Devlin Foxrock Pastoral Centre, Co Dublin

We do Parents Evening Talks | Book Early!

Format that suits Parents on Zoom|8pm at home

12 Year-old bully wrecks his own fooball chances on SNAPCHAT

Social Media; Why use Real Names, Real Photos.

In our talk, we recommend using Real Names, Real Photos and people question this which is understandable. This is a social media preferred by many Police forces around the world.

We believe that social media accounts ought to be private, a setting which must be regularly checked, not assumed. Real Names and Real Photos mean that children are naturally more cautious and realise there is nowhere to hide. Facebook agree on this point with the Police. 

Real Name, Real Photos and Privacy (called 'My Friends only' in Snapchat) is a circle of trust where kids don't abuse each other because their accounts are real, not fake. It's called 'social' media not 'bully' media, and it should be honest, real, not fake. Many parents disagree strongly here, saying to keep my kid safe, I want you to use a fake name to keep their kids safe. We disagree equally strongly. 

Setting up fake accounts means only one thing and why would you permit your kid in such a group. Open up her social media and ask him/her to identify her friends following her. Wouldn't you feel a lot more confident if you could identify his/her friends from their profiles?  

If you can't identify them, who are they, why are they there? We don't let strangers wander through our home, so why would we do so online. Is the fake news brigade taking advantage of your kid? Your kids might say, trust me, mum, I know what I am doing, no they don't know, they are just doing the same as their friends. Friends, not followers, that what we want. Challenge your kids to explain the difference between Friends and Followers. 

Facebook tell us that followers are 10 times more likely to cause trouble online, followers with fake names, who think they are free to bully, hate, troll without fear of being identified. We speak about this regualrly on radio. If your daughter has 1000s of followers, she will get bullied, so says Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook.

That's why we say this.  Real Name, Real Photos and Privacy setting switched to 'Private', 'My Friends Only'. 

Articles of Interest.

These are some of our most-read articles about parental control, online safety from our blogs. 

Internet Safety Tips for Kids - Keeping Kids Safe Online 10k + reads

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