Covid-19 has had a disproportionate impact on children with Special Educational Needs but Steve Smith believes a new online learning platform will improve progress and support
With children spending more time online, the risks are even greater says Mike Glanville, Chief Safeguarding Officer for One Team Logic
Anxiety has held back many children during lockdown and has reduced their writing confidence. Clicker can help..
Sal McKeown reports on the work of the IWF, an organisation that helps victims of child sexual abuse worldwide by identifying and removing online images and videos of their abuse
Sal McKeown talked to Will Gardner about Safer Internet Day 2021 and young people's concerns about the reliability of the internet
Can the next generation build a better, more equitable internet? Heather Picov, CEO at Apps for Good, believes they can
The internet offers an amazing range of information and can help us see the world from different points of view. But is it reliable asks Rachel Allman
The continuing increase in sexting rates among adolescent boys within the United Kingdom has heightened the need to understand the discourse of sexting. Jon Needham reports on his major longitudinal study of the problem
Dr Asha Patel, clinical psychologist and CEO of not-for-profit Innovating Minds, discusses the increasingly blurred line between gaming and gambling and the impact on young people’s mental health
When it comes to helping students develop mastery, technology-based approaches could be more effective than traditional tuition, says Murray Morrison of Tassomai.