Change of Terms and Conditions and Privacy Policy

Dear users, we would like to inform you that the Terms and conditions and Privacy Policy of the eSafety Label portal have changed in July 2018. Please, review them before continuing your activity on the portal.
Dear eSafety Label users,
After more than a decade of successful operation, the eSafety Label project will be concluded at the end of 2024. We would like to thank you for your contributions to the eSafety Label initiative over these years!
From this point on, both the public portal and the members community will no longer be accessible. All user accounts and personal data will be deleted after the closure. For any questions related to your privacy and deletion of your personal data, please contact
If you would like to download any materials you have previously uploaded in the eSafety Label portal, we kindly ask you to do so before the end of the year. Similarly, please download any active labels you may have, as you will no longer be able to do so after the closure of the eSafety Label.
In addition, please note that registration of new users to the eSL portal as well as the submission of new assessment forms, incident cases and resources will no longer be possible as of October 2024.
For any questions, please contact

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Welcome to the eSafety Label portal! Explore the eSafety Label concept, read what online safety is all about, browse through our latest news and read what other happy “eSafetyLabel-ers” are saying about us. It is time for you to join!

Click here to join the eSafety Label Community where you’ll find out more about the application and self-assessment process.

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What is Online Safety?

Before you go on with the eSafety Label, make sure you dig deeper! Does your school ensure online safety for students and staff? What we understand by online safety and how the eSafety Label can help you make the most of modern technology while minimising risks?

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What is the eSafety Label?

The eSafety Label aims to help schools assess their approach to online safety, to ensure the safest possible environment for their pupils.

For more details on how it works and why it is important for your school, read on:

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What they're saying about us

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Jan de Craemer

We used to have a lot of one off activities: campaigns on this or that topic or threat; a lesson plan here and a toolbox there. What was lacking, however, was a sustainable framework where schools could actually develop a comprehensive policy on all the issues concerned. The eSafetyLabel offers precisely this and helps schools to pay attention to different aspects of online safety.

Jan de Craemer, eSafety Label National Coordinator

Flemish Ministry of Education and Training, Belgium

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Milan Hausner

To me, eSafety Label is a valuable tool to primarily prevent harmful activities on the internet and being an eSafety Label+ Ambassador gives me and my team a chance to promote this fantastic project together with the principles of security in its deeper aspects.

Milan Hausner, Principal and eSafety Label+ Ambassador

Municipality of Prague 3, Czech Republic

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Carla Soares

After all the hard work and my commitment to improving online safety in my school since 2014, becoming an eSafety Label+ Ambassador has so far been incredibly gratifying. What is more, I have access to a European team with whom I can share information, experiences and best practices.

Carla Soares, teacher and eSafety Label+ Ambassador

Colégio do Sagrado Coração de Maria, Portugal

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Georgios Errikos Hlapanis

With online threats becoming an ever increasing part of our lives, the eSafety Label and the protection it offers in terms of guidance, protocols, etc. has never been more relevant for today’s school ecosystems.

Georgios Errikos Hlapanis, eSafety Label+ Ambassador

Headteacher of the 2nd Lyceum of Kos, Greece

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Elsa Belo

Nowadays we need to prepare teens to perform in jobs which still don’t exist today, which means we also need to address issues which are still not tackled in the curriculum. I think this is where the eSafety Label comes and plays a crucial role in sharing best practices across Europe!

Elsa Belo, eSafety Label+ Partner

DGE, Portugal

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Charmaine Buttigieg

The best part of eSafety Label is that it can be a vehicle for children, to take their newly acquired skills and knowledge on online safety at home - therefore not only taking advantage of ICT tools to the fullest in perfect safety but perhaps even sharing these skills with their parents!

Charmaine Buttigieg, eSafety Label National Coordinator


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Thomas Zarouchas

The most inspiring aspect of my work with eSafety Label + Ambassadors was to see the teachers’ commitment to the eSafety Label concept and the kind of motivation I saw in their efforts to become involved even further by promoting it and actively contributing to it.

Thomas Zarouchas, eSafety Label+ partner

Computer Technology Institute and Press "Diophantus", Greece

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Zdeněk Záliš

eSafety Label+ is more than just a project about online safety for teachers, schools and pupils, it ultimately concerns parents as well!!

Zdeněk Záliš, eSafety Label and eSafety Label+ partner

Národní centrum bezpečnějšího internetu, z.s., Czech Rep.

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Sabrina Vorbau

Online safety plays an important role in today’s digital society, but with trends and issues changing as fast as they appear it is hard to keep up. The eSafety Label provides practical solutions to this challenge and helps schools to build their own eSafety eco-system.

Sabrina Vorbau, eSafety Label Project Coordinator

European Schoolnet, Belgium

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Marc Durando

The eSafety Label filled the gap in a largely nonexistent pan-European system of support for school staff to ensure that their pupils’ safety online. Today, thanks to our Community, teachers from across Europe and beyond can consult and share best practices with their peers, while at the same time receiving expert advice and guidance in terms of how their online safety policies, infrastructure and practice can be improved.

Marc Durando, Executive Director

European Schoolnet, Belgium

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