The National College Membership

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Dear Parents/Carers,

We are delighted to let you know that The Halley Academy is a member of The National College – a multi-award-winning online training provider for staff, parents and carers.

What does this mean for you?

As part of our membership, The National College provides dedicated training and resources for parents and carers – particularly, around online safety and keeping children safe online.

Online safety advice on any topic

Staff will continue to teach children about the risks online but with the internet so readily accessible, the most effective approach to online safety needs everyone involved, including parents and carers.

That is why you have now got access to hundreds of courses, explainer videos, and online safety guides to support your awareness of the online world. Topics range from understanding apps like TikTok and Instagram to recognising the signs of online harm and what you can do to help.

Sign-up is easy

Signing up to the platform is simple. Just follow this link and complete your details. Once you’re set-up, you’ll be able to choose ‘Parent/Carer’ as your user type and get instant access to all training and resources.

Download the app for free

Another fantastic benefit of The National College is its National Online Safety app, which you can download for free. It gives you access to all their parent and carer resources on the go, whenever you want.

You can download the National Online Safety app using the links below:

They’re always here to help

The National College has a brilliant support team if you have any questions. Their help centre provides a comprehensive bank of answers to most FAQs, but if you still can’t find the answer you’re looking for, you can always get in contact with them.

I hope you’ll sign up and make the most of their resources.

Yours faithfully,

Ben Russell