#SaferInternetDay2019: register your eTwinning project
Celebrate Safer Internet Day on Tuesday 5 February with these free webcam covers for your whole class.

Celebrate Safer Internet Day on Tuesday 5 February with free webcam covers for the whole class.

UK teachers who register an eTwinning project between 1 - 8 February 2019 will receive 30 webcam covers in the post.


  1. If you have yet to do so, register for free to eTwinning.
  2. Follow the step by step guide here
  3. Watch the short film below which is a case study to help inspire your international e-safety project.
  4. Register your eTwinning project between 1-8 February 2019.
  5. Email eTwinning@BritishCouncil.org or tag @eTwinningUK and #SaferInternetDay2019. Let us know that you have received your webcam covers!

Three short 'eTwinning and e-Safety' films below:

1) eTwinning project case study: Pupils from Shaw wood Academy, Doncaster, England and Szkoła Podstawowa, Wroclawiu, Poland send each other encrypted messages to help them become more e-safety aware and to improve their coding skills.

2) eTwinning project case study: Pupils from St Teresa’s Nursery School, Belfast, Northern Ireland and Børnehuset Labyrinten, Hillerød, Denmark embed e-Safety etiquette in their learning.

3) eTwinning project space e-safety features: instructional video focusing on the eTwinning TwinSpace online e-safety tools.

Project Guides

Download our step-by-step project guides designed to help you get started with your eTwinning project:

Guides for using eTwinning

These resources are designed to help you get to know the eTwinning programme and navigate the eTwinning portal easily:

eTwinning National Conference 2018 - Presentations

View all the workshop presentations from this year's eTwinning National Conference. Topics include: shared heritage, VR, internationalisation, migration, using technology outdoors and Erasmus+ funding opportunities.

Get some recognition for your project in the local press

International activity, particularly involving young people, can provide interesting stories for the media, and eTwinning offers lots of opportunities for this. Whether you’re involved in a European partnership, or a recipient of a prestigious eTwinning Quality Label, showcase your great work to your community. There is good scope for you to secure coverage in local and regional media for your activity.

Download these documents to help you do just that:

External links