The following websites are useful for further guidance and support:
- BBC WebWise - films and resources on staying safe online.
- CBBC Stay Safe - advice for children on online safety.
- Childnet International - for primary children.
- Childnet International - for teachers and professionals.
- Common Sense Media - for parents to learn about games, chat facilities, gambling and sexual connotations.
- Facebook Privacy Settings - a useful guide.
- Internet Matters - a guide to help you through the many issues children can experience when using the internet.
- Internet Watch Foundation - the UK Hotline for reporting criminal online content.
- KidSMART - lots of resources aimed at children.
- Preventing Bullying - guidance for schools on preventing and responding to bullying.
- Report Online Terrorist Material (gov.uk) - report illegal terrorist information, pictures or videos you’ve found on the internet. Your report will be treated anonymously.
- ThinkUKnow - learning resource for children.
- UK Council for Child Internet Safety (UKCCIS) - a group of more than 200 organisations drawn from across government, industry, law, academia and charity sectors that work in partnership to help keep children safe online.
- UK Safer Internet Centre: Parental Controls - how to set up parental controls offered by your home ISP.
These documents are all in pdf format, and are here for you to read/download:
- A Parent’s Guide to Facebook
- Facebook Checklist
- Factsheet: Child Safety on YouTube
- How to set up Facebook Privacy Controls
- How to make the most out of Windows 7 Parental Controls
- How to set up Parental Controls on the Xbox 360 (Microsoft)
- How to set up Google Safe Search
- How to set up YouTube Safety Mode
- Inspecting E-Safety in Schools (Ofsted)
- Keeping up with Children on the Internet (Childnet International)
- Online Gaming: An Introduction for Parents and Carers (Childnet International)
Parents' e-safety tips for children under 5.
Parents' e-safety tips for children from 6 to 10 years.
Parents' e-safety tips for children from 11 to 13 years.