E safety - Are you talking about it with your child?

You can use the button above to report any concerns about on-line safety or abuse.

Websites for Children

Here are some useful websites that could help you with your discussion:

Childnet: A non-profit organisation working with others to help make the internet a great and safe place for children.

ThinkUKnowAn interactive programme for children, teens, parents and other adults, with age-specific games, warnings, and advice.

CBBC Stay Safe: A BBC website with tips and tricks for staying safe online, beating the cyber-bullies and becoming a super-surfer.
 

Advice for Parents

Safer Internet

This website provides support and guidance for parents on how to ensure their children remain safe online. The site provides advice on how to address online safety with your children, how to set up suitable parental controls and parent friendly guides to different forms of technology used by children today.

Think U Know (parents)

This is an essential site for parents of children who are active online. The site aims to make online parenting simple, covering topics such as:

- How to report an incident,

- Support for your online concerns,

- Guidance on parental controls,

- Support and advice for issues that are a result of modern technologies.

Facebook Family Safety Centre

This links directly to Facebook’s Family Safety Centre. Through a really accessible form, you will find essential information on how to use Facebook safely and sensibly directly from the people who know it best.

Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre

An official website where you can report incidents and concerns.

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