Linewize Community allows you to invite parents to participate in their child’s cyber safety and support their digital journeys.
The Online Safety Hub allows your school to take a leadership position on cyber safety and easily provide the advice and support your whole school community needs. Developed in conjunction with leading cyber safety experts, ySafe, the Online Safety Hub is filled with how-tos and practical information designed to help your teachers and parent community navigate the complexities of the online world.
Parents need tools, support, and education to take an active role in their child's digital development.
The Parent Area provides a wealth of online safety resources - such as digital parenting guides, app reviews and articles - developed by our team of leading digital safety and wellbeing experts. Plus, access to free parental control tools to help keep children safe while using their personal devices.
Now you can turn parents into online safety partners with our free parental control app.
Empowering parents with these tools not only results in safer online experiences for their children but also supports the work done by your school in developing healthier online habits and better digital citizens.
And with Linewize Community, you can provide those tools to your families for free.
Powered by Qustodio, parents get filtering, reporting and alerts on their children’s use of the internet and apps at home.
Plus, the ability to set screen-time time limits, location tracking and much more - creating powerful partnerships with your parents.
They can take control of online activity at home and create a safe space for children to learn, explore and play online.
Safer online experiences for children by blocking inappropriate apps, games and websites.
Setting online schedules frees up time for homework, or family time.
Parents can see browsing histories, social media use and screen time.
“The Online Safety Hub is fantastic along with the webinars that are available to parents around the clock. If any parents have concerns about a safety issue...they can also guide parents to look at the hub.”