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Useful websites to help parents with online safety

The digital world is the world in which our children will grow up.  It is a source of information and creativity.  We need to help our children to expertly use this resource in a safe and responsible way so that they can be well equipped as adults in a rapidly changing world.

The following websites may help you to teach your child how to keep safe when using the internet.  They may also help you to keep all your digital devices secure at home.



An online magazine with lots of useful information, including advice on setting family technology rules, how to talk to your children about online safety and how to set a safe mode on video websites.

The NSPCC –National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children has an excellent website to support parents with e-safety. It contains helpful advice and tools you can use to help keep your child safe whenever and wherever they go online.

The official site for information on internet safety and reporting abuse online.

This site contains useful information for you and your child. There are specific sections for children of different ages and parents. Children can also play at the Cyber Café to learn about keeping safe.

We use many of these resources in school and the thinkuknow site can be accessed via the Alfred Sutton Learning Platform.


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