The online world is posing an ever-increasing risk to children and it is important that schools, parents and carers work together to take an active role in teaching children about online dangers and how to act safely when using the internet.
It is also important that schools, parents and carers work together to take an active role in teaching children about the online dangers and how to act safely on the internet.
We have received a useful factsheet for parents, informing them how to keep children safe when using the app 'Tik Tok' Please click here to read the parent factsheet
Useful resources. If your child is affected by cyberbullying, there are lots of places to go for more help and advice. You can also learn more about reporting …
Online abuse: learning from case reviews
The NSPCC has published a briefing looking at case reviews published since 2008 where online abuse was a key factor. The briefing summarises the risk factors and highlights learning for improved practice in case reviews where children and young people died or were seriously injured in ways including: suicide following cyberbullying; death or serious harm following accessing harmful content online; online grooming leading to sexual abuse and exploitation; children sexually abused in order to share images of child sexual abuse online and contact child sexual abuse by perpetrators who had previously been known to police for sharing child sexual abuse images online.
Source: NSPCC Learning: Online abuse: learning from case reviews Date: 24 June 2019
Read more on NSPCC Learning: Online abuse: learning from case reviews (PDF)
Net aware: Parents review kids’ social networks, apps & games
From Facebook and Instagram to Snapchat and Tumblr a simple no-nonsense guide for parents from NSPCC and O2 to the social media, apps and games that kids use
Guide to internet safety and safe surfing for young people from Think U Know. Learn about online safety when using blogs, chatting, online gaming, P2P and other forms
Online Safety – NSPCC
Online safety | NSPCC
Daunted by online dangers for children? Confused by internet and e-safety advice? Get easy to understand advice on what you can do, plus the 10 top tips for parents.
Child Friendly Search Engine
When children use the Internet to search for images for projects, or anything related to school work, please encourage them to use _Kiddle_ instead of Google.
Kiddle is a child-specific search engine supported by Goodle, which prevents the appearance of things that are not suitable for them.