The internet is an amazing place

Kids can play, create, learn and connect – the possibilities are endless. But there are also risks. That’s why we’re here to help you, as parents, make it easy for your kids to confidently explore this world safely.

Edgbaston Foundation supports charity partner, NSPCC, with their Online Safety Campaign.

The Edgbaston Foundation have worked closely with the NSPCC to provide online safety workshops to our coaching professionals, Warwickshire County Cricket Club Academy players and our academy players’ family members.

Online Safety Workshops are designed to target…



Ensuring parents are more aware of young peoples’ online behaviours and understand how they can help keep their children safe online.


Young People

Teaching young people what they can do to keep themselves safe online and where to go for help if they are being bullied.



Providing professionals with the training to know how to recognise and support young people being bullied.

How to book

Using Edgbaston Stadium as a platform, the NSPCC have been able to provide information around their online safety campaign to large groups of spectators during our legendary major match days but also delivered in-depth online-safety workshops to over 100 individual participants.

If your organisation is interested in Online Safety workshops for a group of adults or young people, please email or visit our Bears Classroom page for more information about our workshops.

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