Advanced behavioural technology and highly-trained human moderators alert school staff to vulnerable children, round the clock.
Monitor can detect children at risk far beyond what a teacher's eyes and ears alone can achieve.
Schools can concentrate on supporting and educating students, with the peace of mind that should an incident arise online, they will be alerted within minutes.
Designated school staff are alerted in real-time and within minutes of an event occurring, including by phone for the highest suspected risks. All alerts come with contextual evidence to support next step decision making.
A highly trained, human moderation team provides protection 24/7, 365 days a year. They assess the more serious alerts acting as the eyes and ears of school staff.
Low level alerts are stored in the Dashboard for viewing at the next login. Medium risks are communicated through email. High risks are conveyed by phone. Designated staff staff are contacted only when necessary.
facing the highest risk, including to their health or life, were spotted by Monitor in 2022.
at potential serious risk, including mental health and self-harm, were spotted by Monitor in 2022.
at potential risk of violence or bullying were found by our solutions in 2022.
are supported and protected every day by our technologies.
Brook Hill, Principal at Netherton School talks about how important Linewize Monitor is at helping school staff detects risks across the digital space.
James Wheaton, Principal at Upper Harbour Primary School explains how Monitor has given them the ability to capture the voice of their students, helping them to provide targeted support as well as enabling the teaching staff to identify ways in which students try to circumnavigate digital security.
Monitor has been great at uncovering issues we can continue to track, displaying a screenshot so we can see what the child has typed or seen visibly. We have used this as evidence for parents.
Silverdale Primary School
Having the Monitor set up so that I am getting the red flag alerts has been really really important because it led to some conversations with children. For a lot of it - it’s all innocent, but there have been some that have been really important that I follow up with, and it has led to a really interesting conversation with those children.
We have the ability to capture the voice that's created online where a young person might need help or support. Monitor gives us the ability to view that stuff and put the support around someone who might need it.
Upper Harbour Primary