The Thinkuknow programme aims to empower and protect children and young people from sexual abuse and exploitation through education.  Thinkuknow offers resources to cater for different age groups, audiences and needs.

Click on Thinkuknow resources – Scotland curriculum links to see how their resources fit in to your HWB/PSE programme.

Thinkuknow has excellent resources for parents.  They provide you with editable newsletters which can be shared to provide parents with excellent information to support the messages you are sharing in lessons.  Thanks to Lorna Brown (PT from Ralston Primary School) who has adapted the newsletters onto Microsoft Sway.

Click here to access the secondary newsletter.

You can also access a series of parent factsheets on different topics relating to internet safety by clicking here.  You can duplicate and edit both of these resources for your own use.

Did you know that you can embed ParentInfo into your school website?  This will give practical advice to parents regarding navigating the internet safely and is updated every 2 weeks by CEOP.  Here’s an example of one of Thinkuknow’s videos for parents.

The NSPCC recently NSPCC How Safe are our Children? 2020: an overview of data on abuse of adolescents which highlights concerns around the time children and young people are spending online in lockdown.


Choices for Life’ is a Police Scotland initiative aimed at raising awareness amongst young people aged 11-18, about the dangers of smoking, alcohol and drugs as well as online safety and advice on how to deal with negative peer pressure.


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