The Challenge

Protecting the health, safety and welfare of students and staff in today’s digital world is a difficult task. The opportunities for unsafe and harmful behaviour are magnified, and meeting your statutory safeguarding obligations is an increasing challenge.

At e-Safe education, it is our mission to provide a secure framework to exploit the vast educational resources of the Internet and digital environment whilst delivering a world-class service to identify and manage safeguarding issues as they arise.

e-Safe manages the risk of exposure to safeguarding risk and provides early visibility of inappropriate behaviour via sophisticated, multi-lingual, threat detection technology and a unique specialist incident review, assessment and escalation service.

Find out more about our solution

About Us

e-Safe education is a specialist world-class forensic monitoring service designed to help safeguard students and staff against the risks they encounter every day.

Using a proven combination of technology and human behavioural expertise, e-Safe helps protect in excess of 400,000 students and staff, and vulnerable young people in local authority care.

Find out more about who we are and our ethos, which is that everyone should be entitled to a safe learning and working environment.

Who we are


Blackburn College

Andrew Pickles - Head of Students Services

The College uses e-Safe to inform the personal development, behaviour and welfare agenda, and promote pro-active and positive messages about personal safety, well-being and pastoral support. It helps me to identify themes that have become part of the group tutorial offer and influence our ‘early help’ and prevention provision. An example is the positive ‘in-reach’ activities that are provided by external agencies as a result of the feedback from e-Safe alerts relating to such as obsessive behaviours and impact on lifestyle, anonymous sexualised behaviours, inappropriate use of social media, abusive comment, body image, financial support, criminal activity, stress and anxiety.

Westminster Academy

Smita Bora - Principal

... and it is absolutely brilliant for detecting self-harm issues, depression and suicide, gang activity etc. I gave an example of how the programme helped me to prevent what could have been a very serious case of undetected anorexia but there are many others such case studies.”

Clayton CE Primary School

Jo Kurasinski - Headteacher

the e-Safe Service has proved to be extremely effective, achieving the job it is designed to do with great success. It has also allowed me to sort out safeguarding issues and ICT misuse very quickly; sending out the message to everybody that we take e-safety and safeguarding very seriously.