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Online Safety Support

In the modern world, we know that children are spending more and more time online. The internet can be a place for learning, entertainment and creativity but it’s important that we work together to minimise the risks of the online world. We can do this by staying informed and supporting children to make good choices online.

Please visit the following links for advice and support for parents and carers, covering all areas of online safety including gaming, social media and more. Look out for more information, throughout the year, on our Facebook page and during our Safer Internet Day activities in February 2023.

CEOP has a wealth of support for children and parents concerned about online sexual abuse, including how to report concerns. 

NSPCC Online Safety Guides for Parents and Carers

UK Safer Internet Centre – Guides and Resources for Parents and Carers

Thinkuknow – help your child get the most out of the internet

Visit the following link for fun and informative videos following Jessie and her friends as they learn about staying safe online: Thinkuknow – Jessie and Friends

Digi Duck is aimed specifically at younger children aged 3 years and older to help them learn about staying safe online through stories.

Common Sense allows Parents to check the content of films, apps and games to check their suitability for children.

Internet Matters offers advice and guidance for putting appropriate restrictions onto a variety of devices.

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