Information for parents, teachers and pupils. Mobiles, music, filesharing and social networking.
NSPCC Online Safety
Lots of useful information for parents about all aspects of keeping safe online
Child Exploitation & Online Protection Centre – internet safety – CEOP
“The Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) Centre is part of UK police and is dedicated to protecting children from sexual abuse wherever they may be. That means building intelligence around the risks, tracking and bringing offenders to account either directly or with local and international forces and working with children and parents to deliver our unique ThinkuKnow educational programme. Our approach is truly holistic, our style is totally inclusive and our appeal is to everyone out there to work with us in making every child matter, everywhere”
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OnGuard Online A user-friendly seven-step guide to help you have a safe and secure online experience.
Get CyberSavvy, a Guide to Parenting Skills for the Digital Age. It covers online basics, behavior and privacy, and helps families and educators ensure a safe and fulfilling online experience for children.
Get Safe Online
Advice on “Protecting your PC, avoiding online rip-offs and taking care of your identity and privacy” Adult audience.
Sid’s Online Safety Guide
For pupils age 8 to 12: ‘Become an Internet Safety Expert with Bizzi Sid by collecting codes and playing cool games!’
Welcome – digizen.org
Advice on Young People and Social Networking Services.
Information on Cyberbulling
Pupils can can create their own Widget to express your online citizen values and wishes for yourself, your friends and your world.
Know IT All
Resources designed to help educate parents, teachers and young people about safe and positive use of the internet
Really good guide for parents about all aspects of cyber safety
Really useful internet safety tips to help children remain safe