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


Manchester Creative Media & Arts Academy

Liza Carr - Vice Principal

For users, the single biggest benefit since the introduction of e-Safe has been that we have been able to open up our systems and not be so restrictive or proscribed. It has also allowed us to see a policy in practice, with e-Safe providing the evidence to show that the policies are being followed and that they are effective, confirmed by a recent comment from a pupil to an Ofsted inspector that they genuinely felt safer than before the Forensic Monitoring Service was deployed.

Blessed Hugh Farringdon School

Terry Bartrum - Network Manager

e-Safe can be fully customised to meet our own specific school requirements; so we get to define how strictly we want the system to operate and e-Safe manage the settings on our behalf. For example we don’t have the image filters turned up to the highest level for certain classes such as art and other lessons, so as not to restrict searches

Havering 6th Form College

Director - Director of IT

What has been useful about e-Safe is not just the major incidents which have been picked up, e.g. suicidality, physical abuse etc but also the lower level material especially around mental health. We have been alerted to students doing searches around depression out of concern for their own mental health. This enabled us to intervene and present them with various options in terms of obtaining appropriate help.