Internet Safety for Kids

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Kathy Ronaghan, Principal, Scoil Bhridge, Silverstream, Co Monaghan

Internet Safety Talks Ireland

Your talk yesterday was incredible.

Joan Devlin, Foxrock Pastoral Centre, Co Dublin.

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Parents Talks | February 2019

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Internet Safety Talks for Kids

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

We offer an authoritative voice in the classroom, different from that of teachers. Our talks explain the dangers of the internet and 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.

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.

Graham was very professional from start to finish. He was a wealth of knowledge in all areas of Internet safety and had a natural rapport with all our students. The parents presentation was also very relevant and to the point with lots of practical advice.


Aisling Ní Airtnéada Príomhoide,Gaelscoil Donncha Rua,
Shannon, Co Clare. May 2018. (email)

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.

Safer Internet Day - The next internet safety day is 11th February 2020, hashtag #SID2020 with hundreds of countries participating. Plan something for your school, check our page for some ideas.

Download Free E-Book - Internet safety for children is more important than ever before – The World Health Organisation estimates that as little as 5% of online activity is not well-intended, however, we don't agree, its higher. 

Contact us for more information about our e-safety talks for #SID2020, Safer Internet Day 2020, Tuesday 11th Febuary 2020. It's always the first Tuesday in February. 

We do Parents Evening Talks | Book Early!

Most Parents prefer evening Talks | From 7:30 / 8pm


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.

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Contact us, for more information or to book an internet safety talk for your school.

You can also view case studies and more testimonials about our safety talks here.

Online Safety Talks Schools Recommendations

Really glad we organised internet safety speaker from BeSecureOnline for #SID2018, Thank you. (Via Twitter)

Ms S. Berry North Oxfordshire Academy

"Spoke to hundreds of parents in the morning and evening. Spoke to our 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th classes. I was very happy with their work. Happy to recommend" (Letter)

Gráine McGowan Principal, Mount Anville Primary, Stillorgan, Co Dublin.

We were delighted, feedback from kids, parents was excellent

Camilla McDonald, The Mulberry School, London NW1

Your talk yesterday was incredible. The parents who sat in came away with great results on how to protect there kids on technology as did I. So thank you so much. I'm sure we'll be in touch again. Sept 2019 (Text)

Joan Devlin, Foxrock Pastrol Centre, Co Dublin.

BeSecureOnline visited our school on Friday 7th February.  He gave a very informative and interesting talk to the children to help them to identify and prevent possible risks to themselves online. He presented it in a child-friendly manner and was familiar with the social media sites the children were using.  It was most enlightening and I highly recommend his services to other schools. Feb 2020

Teresa McCaffrey, Principal, Kildallan N.S.

Thank for your school esafety talks, it was a wake up call for Teachers, Parents alike. Dealing so sentively with children of so many backgrounds very impressive. Thank you, we've arranged a follow on presentation later in 2020. Looking forward to it already. Thank you for the advise on VPNs too.

Collège du Léman, Geneva

Simple the best speakers everbooked for internet safety. Knew exactly what to say to each audience.

Millfield School, Somerset, Mr C Considine, Fmr Headmaster

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The Sun Newspaper in London has issued a stark investigation about TikTok, suggesting it is completely unfit for purpose for children, whilst the article is poorly written, there is a strong grain of truth in it. TikTok has grown hugely since its former life ad Now known as TikTok and in Chinese ownership for the last two year.

The problem is quite simple. TikTok’s minimum age is 13, Tiktok does nothing during the sign-up process to check  - meaning huge numbers of children join below the required age with no legal protection. TikTok also serves adverts and recommendations which may not be suitable for children. Families will find it is difficult to contact TikTok to get videos taken down.

Even truthful 13-year-olds are then given an option to make their accounts public.

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Testimonials from recent schools

Hi Graham, Your talk yesterday was incredible. The parents who sat in came away with great results on how to protect there kids on technology as did I.  So thank you so much. I'm sure we'll be in touch again. 


Joan Devlin, Foxrock Pastrol Centre, Co Dublin