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The internet is an amazing resource, providing great educational websites, games and entertainment for children. For most children, using technology is second nature, so it’s important to talk about online safety at home. The links below include some great suggestions about how to talk to your children, using age-appropriate language, about how to stay safe online.
The NSPCC and O2 have teamed up to create Net Aware. Net Aware have reviewed the most popular apps, games and social media sites that your children may be using. This guide helps you to decide whether it’s appropriate for your child to be using these sites, keeping them safe online.
They have also developed 8 tips for keeping your children safe online.
Here are some helpful tips from the NSPCC for talking to your child about online safety.
UK Safer Internet Centre
The UK Safer Internet Centre provides tips, advice, guidance and resources to help keep your child safe online.
Think U Know
ThinkUKnow is an education programme from the National Crime Agency. The website includes short videos and storybooks for parents and carers to watch with their children, all about online safety.