Online Safety Advice For Parents

Online Safety

It can be hard to know how to talk to your child about online safety. There is a lot of information available to parents, we've listed some sites here that you may find useful. 

The Government has published information to help families stay safe online during Covid:

Government advice for families for online safety during Covid

The NSPCC website offers lots of useful information, from setting up parental controls to advice on online games and video apps -

Safer Internet offers support to parents who are supporting their children to use the internet safely, responsibility and positively;  .

Childnet offer useful advice on the internet generally  and specifically on keeping under fives safe online -

Think You Know offers advice for parents and carers;

Bullying UK offers parents advice on cyberbullying;


Swiggle is a new, friendly search engine aimed at children in Key Stage 2. It has been designed and developed by South-west Grid for Learning, a charity dedicated to empowering the safe and secure use of technology;

So many children have access to phones and tablets this poster shows apps that parents should be aware of: