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E-Safety - Keeping your child safe

Parents can access a number of useful websites on how to keep your children safe.

General advice and tips

Bullying (www.bullying.co.uk/)
Childnet (https://www.childnet.com/)
Educate against the hate (educateagainsthate.com)
Gallery Guardian (www.galleryguardian.co.uk)
Get safe online (www.getsafeonline.org)
Government Guidance Information (assets.publishing.service.gov.uk)
Growing up online (www.pbs.org)
Internet matters (www.internetmatters.org)
NSPCC (www.nspcc.org.uk)
Think u know (www.thinkuknow.co.uk)
Parentzone (parentzone.org.uk)
UK Safer Internet Centre - Parents' Guide to Technology (saferinternet.org.uk)
Prevent for schools (www.preventforschools.org/)

 Advice on Specific Sites

Ask.fm (www.swgfl.org.uk/)
Facebook (www.facebook.com)
Instagram (help.instagram.com)
PlayStation Network (www.playstation.com)
Skype (support.skype.com)
Snapchat (www.snap.com)
TikTok (www.tiktok.com)
Tumblr (www.tumblr.com)
Twitter (help.twitter.com)
Xbox (support.xbox.com)
You Tube (support.google.com)

Parental Controls

Ask about Games (www.askaboutgames.com)
Common Sense Media (www.commonsensemedia.org)
UK Safer Internet Centre - Internet service provider advice (saferinternet.org.uk)
Microsoft (support.microsoft.com)

Reporting Concerns

Grooming or Exploitation (www.ceop.police.uk)
Criminal content (report.iwf.org.uk)
Cyberbullying (www.internetmatters.org)
Hate Crimes (www.report-it.org.uk)
Inappropriate media (www.parentport.org.uk)
Scams and frauds (www.actionfraud.police.uk)
Sexting (www.nspcc.org.uk)

 

 

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