NSPCC Online SafetyOnline safety advice for parents: helpful advice and tools you can use to help keep your child safe whenever and wherever they go online.
Common Sense MediaIs that game your child is telling you "everyone else has got", really age appropriate? Find reviews of video games, movies, books, apps, TV shows, websites, and music. Common Sense Media has a 'library' of more than 20,000 reviews by age, entertainment type, learning rating, genre, and more using the filters. 'Grand Theft Auto' is NOT "just a driving game"!
UK Safer Internet CentreWhere you can find e-safety tips, advice and resources to help children and young people stay safe on the internet.
Childnet: resources for parents & carersWelcome parents and carers! In this section you will find all the information you need to keep your child safe online. If you were looking for Know IT All for Parents, you have come to the right place.
KidSMARTLearn more about the internet & being a SMART surfer here!
ParentInfo websiteNew free service for schools: expert information to help children and young people stay safe online, for schools to host on their own websites. The articles in the window below come from this website and are aimed at parents of primary aged pupils.
Educate Against HateEducate Against Hate: the government has recently launched a new website aimed at supporting parents, teachers and school leaders in implementing the Prevent Duty. There are some useful resources on the website including written advice and signposting to other organisations.
Connect SafelyConnectSafely.org is a Silicon Valley, Calif.-based nonprofit organization dedicated to educating users of connected technology about safety, privacy and security. Here you’ll find research-based safety tips, parents’ guidebooks, advice, news and commentary on all aspects of tech use and policy.
Jigsaw: for 8 -10 year olds
This is an assembly from CEOPs Thinkuknow education programme that helps children to understand what constitutes personal information. The assembly enables children to understand that they need to be just as protective of their personal information online, as they are in the real world.