Online Safety for Parents
Please take the time to go through this section to help you be aware how to stay safe online and help your children stay safe
National Online Safety and Internet Matters
What parents need to know about.....
Use the links below for help on the many different scenarios today’s parents face
|Safer Schools home learning hub||The Home Learning Hub is a free library of resources to support parents and carers who are taking the time to help their children be safer online. They have adapted the classroom-based resources to make them easily accessible for everyone.|
|Report Remove guidance CEOP|
Supporting young people to take down nudes shared online
|ESafety Training The 2 Johns||Our online safety trainers|
How to help avoid getting your bank account emptied with your children gaming
|SWGfL Social Media Guides||Social Media Checklist|
|Tiktok family guide||There have been quite a few updates to TikTok over recent months, this update guides parents and includes family paring, digital well-being, privacy, and more.|
|YouTube Settings Explained|
TikTok app safety – What parents need to know
|Internet Matters fortnightly news letters|
Explore guides, advice and information around all the online platforms and trends at the heart of digital family life.
How you can help children stay safer online over the winter break and beyond!
Digital Parenting (Vodafone)
Helping your family live a happy and safe digital life
Google safety tools for families
|Educate Against Hate|
Advice by Age Internet Matters
Whatever your child’s age, we have guidance to help you find out more about their digital lives. Receive practical advice on the steps you can take as a parent to keep them safe on social media, in online games and around the web.
Internet Matters - Press play for Playstation safety
Learn together to empower young people to stay safe while gaming
National Online Safety Leaflets
Register for the National Online Safety site below
Digital 5 a Day
Digital Safety Staying Safe Online
Social Media and Cyber Security
Inclusive Digital Safety
Before buying a game for your child make yourself aware of the PEGI Rating