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Internet Safety

Thank you to the parents who joined us for the internet safety session. Below you can find useful links mentioned by Dr Rob Musker. - This includes the video shared in the session,towards the bottom of the page,  to help start conversations about not over sharing on the internet.


Keeping Young Children Safe Online (UK Safer Internet Centre) - A useful Online Safety Guide for parents


> > Cyber Aware -


> > BBC Webwise is part of the BBC website with help & support for all aspects of internet safety.


> > Avoiding Ratting - Remote Access Trojans -


> > The Digizen website - "This provides information for educators, parents, carers, and young people. It is used to strengthen their awareness and understanding of what digital citizenship is and encourages users of technology to be and become responsible Digital Citizens."


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> > The Parents' and Carers' Guide to the Internet', has been created by CEOP to provide a light hearted and realistic look at what it takes to be a better online parent.


> > A guide from Google to show parents how they can protect your family online.

> > YouTube Safety Centre -


> > The 'Digital Parenting Guide' from Vodaphone "Read about the very latest technology and challenges in our new magazine - our Expert View articles, 'How to' guides and Take Action checklists will help you to stay up-to-date and feel more confident about getting involved."


> > The Parents Guide to Technology from the UK Safer Internet Centre has been created to answer these questions and introduce some of the most popular devices, highlighting the safety tools available and empowering parents with the knowledge they need to support their children to use these technologies safely and responsibly".


> > Webcam safety- BBC Webwise -


> > Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) - Criminal content can reported to this organisation -


> > Facebook Family Safety Centre -


> > Digital resilience resources for parents

> > Internet Matters website