National e-safety guides for schools and parents are available at National Guides for Online Safety
A parents helpsheet to online safety is available here - Think u Know Parents Helpsheet
A practical guide for parents and carers whose children are using social media is available here - Social Media Guidance for parents and carers
A leaflet for parents on the risks posed to young people from potential exposure to extremism and radicalisation on the internet. The leaflet provides practical advice a parent may find useful in safeguarding their own children - Prevent leaflet
Age specific resources to support conversations with children on how to stay safe online - https://www.internetmatters.org/resources/digital-resilience-toolkit/
ONLINE SAFETY NEWSLETTER
In order to support you in keeping your children safe when using technology at home, we are providing a monthly, online safety newsletter. We hope the resources will be useful as you help your child navigate the online world.
A series of 'What parents need to know' guides are available covering general online content and Fortnite, Snapchat, Tiktok, Whatsapp and parental controls.
Net Aware is a joint venture between O2 and the NSPCC to help young digital explorers safely discover the online world. Bringing together the NSPCC’s expertise in protecting children and O2’s tech know-how, this site helps you to keep your kids safe online. Whether you’re an online expert or you’re unsure of where to start, this site is here to help you understand the latest apps, games and social media sites.
CEOP (Child Exploitation & Online Protection Centre)
CEOP helps children stay safe online. Has someone acted inappropriately towards you online, or to a child or young person you know? It may be sexual chat, being asked to do something that makes you feel uncomfortable or someone being insistent on meeting up. You can report any sort of internet abuse wherever you see these CEOP links - ENSURE YOUR CHILDREN RECOGNISE THE 'EYE' SYMBOL AND KNOW THEY CAN ALSO MAKE A REPORT.