Helpful eSafety Websites
Below are some useful websites to help you keep your child safe online:
You can use the CEOP website if you are worried about online abuse. You can report the abuse to the Police here too.
Childnet International works with others to help make the internet a great and safe place for children. They share information about keeping children safe online, including parental controls, gaining knowledge about keeping children safe whilst gaming and much more.
Digizen provides information for teachers, parents/carers and young people. It raises awareness and inderstanding of what digital citizenship is and encourages uses of technology to become more responsible online.
National Online Safety Centre
The NOS has lots of information guides about the latest devices, games and more that children are using.
The NSPCC website has lots of information about how to start conversations about online safety with your children.
This site includes parent guides, information, health & wellbeing information and lots other information.
ThinkUKnow is the education programme from the Police which protects children online and offline. The site is split into different age groups. Please find the most appropriate for your child.
This is the official government website for the UK Council for Internet Safety.
The UK Safer Internet Centre is a site where you can find online safety tips, advice and resources to help children and young people stay safe online.
Virgin Media have lanuched handy tools to help parents of web-ready children to stay ahead of the internet curve.