Stay Safe Partnership

The Stay Safe Partnership offers a one-stop shop for prevention education. Delivering resources and workshops, for education provisions in Lincolnshire from early years to college. 

The partnership of multiple organisations and voluntary agencies delivers:

  • age-appropriate safety workshops
  • staff training
  • e-learning
  • online resources

As part of our safer internet day 2024 competition, we asked schools to:

  • become positive influencers
  • submit their ideas for how to make the internet a safer place for future generations

Billinghay Primary wanted parents to know the importance of age ratings on games and online content, so children like them would be safer from being exposed to harmful content. They have created this two-minute video discussing PEGI ratings and giving their suggestions of some age-appropriate games for parents guidance. 

The partnership ensures every child within Lincolnshire receives education to keep themselves safe. We deliver workshops and training on the topics of:

  • online safety 
  • healthy relationships
  • alcohol and drug awareness
  • hate crime
  • anti-social behaviour 
  • knife crime
  • fire safety
  • road safety and much more

All education provisions within Lincolnshire can access these resources and workshops.

Parent support

We support parents with the latest trends and parental controls that are accessible, find out more information online. 

Join us online for our next question-and-answer event, which is free to register. 

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