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Help Sheets for parents

Online Safety for Parents v2

New parental controls on Netflix

Tik Tok Fact Sheet

Nint3ndo Devices 

Online safety



Fake News Fact Sheet


Cartoons about online safety launched for four-year-olds

Jessie & Friends features three animated children who explore online videos and social media – but they soon realise that dangers are lurking there.

Reports of online scares or challenges encouraging harmful or suicidal behaviours can be alarming and confusing. Here we look at how you can speak to your child about scares and challenges, and how to respond if they have seen one..

Stories and warnings often circulate online about online scares or suicide challenges which are alleged to have encouraged children to engage in harmful activities. Most have been found to be hoaxes, fake news or wildly exaggerated stories.

Seeing or hearing about this content can be distressing for both children and parents.

We wanted to draw your attention to the excellent work from the National Online Safety team. They have many excellent resources but their recent online safety guide on Youtube is especially helpful.

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Thinkuknow is an education programme from the National Crime Agency’s CEOP Command. Since 2006, Thinkuknow has been keeping children and young people safe by providing education about sexual abuse and sexual exploitation and aims to ensure that everyone has access to this practical information – children, young people, their parents and carers and the professionals who work with them.