e hope you will find them useful to engage you and your child in constructive conversation about e-safety.
Please do not hesitate to get in touch should you have any questions.
CBBC - Children's guide to staying safe online
This guide written by CBBC gives 8 top tips for staying safe online
CEOP is the organisation for Child Expolitation and online protection. It contains a range of information about keeping yourself or a child you know safe from child sexual exploitation. You can also report anything that has made you feel uncomfortable on the COP website.
Childnet International (previously kidsmart)
Childnet International is a non-profit organisation working with others to help make the internet a great and safe place for children.
Digital Parenting is created for parents and schoolteachers to help them give children the life skills they need to thrive in the always-connected digital world. We hope it will give you essential knowledge and help build your confidence as you guide your children through the challenges of life online.
There’s information and advice from experts, parents and teachers on a range of topics:
This website offers help for parents on how to keep their children safe online. It is run in partnership with all of the big internet service providers, including BT, Sky and Virgin.
For use at home or in school, children can join the fun characters of Kelly and Robbie in their hunt for information!
A not-for-profit charitable trust, providing a wide range of products, services and solutions designed specifically for education, including support for
Thinkuknow is also from CEOPS but has areas aimed at different age ranges using videos and top tips to make learning about internet safety fun.
UK Safer Internet Centre
The UK Safer Internet Centre contains online safety tips, advice and resources to help children and young people stay safe online.
Specifically they have information on staying safe when using social network and similar sites such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, Moshi Monsters, YouTube etc, these guides can be accessed here:
Net Aware brings together the NSPCC's expertise in protecting children and O2's tech know-how. This site will allow you to check games ratings, parental settings and much, much more.www.net-aware.org.uk