Welcome Learners


Cybersafety is a big concern today, especially now that more children are digital citizens. You must know how to protect yourself, family, friends, and even your community!
Stairway's CyberSafe e-learning courses were designed especially for children like you. The CyberSafe animations and CyberSafe e-learning modules will teach you how to safely interact with your friends online, what to do if someone you don't know talks to you over the Internet, and how you can protect your personal information online. If there is anything you don't fully understand or something bothers you after taking these courses, please talk about it to a trusted adult, like your parents, or a teacher.

What are the risks?

The Internet is a cool place to be in right now. We can do many things online in terms of having fun, learning, and meeting people. However, there are certain things we have to know to stay safe while exploring the online world.

What you will learn

At the end of this course, you will

  • Know how to take care of your personal information
  • Know how to safely interact with other people online
  • Know how to protect yourself and others online

Available Courses

  • Be A Buddy Not A Bully
  • Add Friends Not Strangers
  • Some Things Are Not Worth Sharing

Available Resources

  • Daliri-eskwela videos (Philippine context)

As a teen, personal safety is a crucial topic that you need to learn. Most of the time, talking about it might be confusing and scary. The courses use the power of storytelling and animation to present sensitive issues like child sexual abuse and exploitation offline and online, and how to protect yourself.
Though you are old enough to go through the courses alone, we recommend that you do them alongside an adult, like your parents or a guardian, so that you can discuss certain concepts that may need clarification.
Aside from protecting yourself, you can also share whatever you learn with other children so that you can be a catalyst for change in the fight against sexual abuse and exploitation of children.

What are the risks?

The sexual abuse and exploitation of children is a global issue, existing in both developed and developing countries. Rooted in cultural, economic, and social practices, the prevalence of violence against children in 96 countries estimates that 1 billion children globally – over half of all children aged 2–17 years – have experienced emotional, physical or sexual violence in 2015.
With the Internet and other forms of information and communication technology, sexual violence is recorded and distributed online, adding yet another complicated layer to the problem. INTERPOL's Child Sexual Exploitation

What you will learn

At the end of this course, you will

  • Know about children's rights
  • Understand the issue of child sexual abuse and exploitation (CSAE)
  • Develop familiarity with the different socio-cultural dynamics that contribute to the problem of CSAE
  • Understand how perpetrators victimize children
  • Understand what victims go through
  • Develop familiarity with the role technology plays in perpetrating child sexual abuse and exploitation
  • Understand your role in addressing the issue

Available Courses

  • I Am A Child
  • A Good Boy (Guided with Adults)
  • Daughter (Guided with Adults)
  • Be A Buddy Not A Bully
  • Add Friends Not Strangers
  • Some Things Are Not Worth Sharing

Available Resources

  • Friends for Keeps Video (Philippine context)
  • Daliri-eskwela videos (Philippine context)