There are lots of great places to get hold of more information as a parent. Please try one of these links:
Think-U-Know and CEOP
New resources (March 2019) for Key Stage 1 pupils from CEOP – Jessie and Friends – find out more HERE
Get help reporting content or issues
https://www.childnet.com/resources/how-to-make-a-report is a great page with links to how to report to a range of sites
Online Bullying Particularly
Childnet – http://www.childnet.com/
Advice and information for Children and Families and professionals covering a range of potential issues but with clearly focussed advice for Online Bullying.
Childline – http://www.childline.org.uk/
Information and a helpline for young people. Having someone they don’t know to turn to in case of an issue can be very valuable.
Bullying UK – http://www.bullying.co.uk/
Advice and support for families and young people on a range of bullying issues including Online Bullying.
Social Media Guides from UK Safer Internet Centre – https://www.saferinternet.org.uk/advice-centre/social-media-guides
Download guides about all of the major social networks and how to stay safe on them
General Online Safety
BBC Webwise – http://www.bbc.co.uk/webwise/
Information and advice about all aspects of using the Internet safety and efficiently aimed at Young People aged around Secondary School age. Includes lots of information and advice about Online Bullying.
Internet Matters – http://internetmatters.org
Tonnes of advice for families on how to use the internet safely. They have help sheets on devices and how to control their internet access.
Common Sense Media – http://www.commonsensemedia.org
This site categorises a very wide range of media including films, computer games and books. It gives recommended ages and a review of why they give the rating and what to watch out for. A great resource to turn to before watching a film or giving a game.
South West Grid for Learning – Online Safety Resources – http://swgfl.org.uk/products-services/esafety/resources
Advice for schools and parents. They have checklists on a range of social media sites with advice on how to stay safe online.
Digitally Confident – http://www.digitallyconfident.org
This site includes information and resources for families to help all ages become more confident online.
Get Safe Online – http://www.getsafeonline.org
Learn about the risks of online life and understand the urgency of protecting your family.
Net Aware – https://www.net-aware.org.uk/
Guide to social networks and apps that children use.
Be Internet Awesome – https://beinternetawesome.withgoogle.com/en
Games and information to help children learn how to behave safely online.
Qustodio – https://www.qustodio.com/
Remote control of children’s devices and phones
Remote control of children’s devices and phones similar to Qustodio
UK Online Safety Centre’s Advice
“What to do if your child sees something upsetting online” is a post which has some great tips for how to talk to your child and deal with something which has gone wrong!