General e-safety guidance for parents
The thinkuknow website is a great place for young people to find out lots of information about the sites that they like to visit, new technology, even mobile phones. For those of you who look after young people there is an area for you too. There are resources you can use it home or to "get up to speed" with internet technology. You can also use this website to report a webpage or a person you have been chatting to online. The thinkuknow website is brought to you by the Child Exploitation and Online Protection [CEOP] Centre.
ChildNet is an excellent website that provides e-safety information for parents so you can keep your child safe.
Safer Internet Website
The Better Internet for Kids guide to online services aims to provide key information about some of the most popular apps, social networking sites and other platforms, which are commonly being used by children and young people (and adults) today.
BBC Webwise Website
The BBC Webwise website provides a range of educational materials designed to inform young people and parents about the safe way to use the internet.
Safe Use of Phones
If parents or pupils have any concerns about something they have seen online or someone they have been speaking to online. The following organisations can help:
Parents and young people are encourage to report internet abuse, such a inappropriate websites or someone who has behaved inappropriately online. CEOP
Young people can also call ChildLine to discuss any concerns they have or any upsetting experiences have had online. Childline
Factsheets for parents
Checklist to help parents keep children safe