#OnlineSafety At Home
It is UK Safer Internet Day 9th, February, 2021. This year Safer Internet Day explores reliability online. The internet has an amazing range of information and opportunities online, but how do we separate fact from fiction? Please click on this link for more information: Safer Internet Day 2021
These are some more of their resources to help you get involved:
CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection) are creating packages to help support children and their families over the coming weeks and months.
Thinkuknow have launched:
- 15 minute activities for families to support online safety at home. Please click on the link below.
- a social media video and article to help parents and carers to understand:
- The risks of using social media
- What they need to consider when deciding if their child is ready to use it
- How they can make social media safer for their child
Please click on the link below to access this.
UK Safer Internet Centre have launched:
- Keeping children happy and safe online during COVID-19
- Safer Internet Day 2021 Top Tips
To access their resources and advice, please click on the shortcuts below and follow their links.
O2 and NSPCC provide their online advice through Net Aware (see link below). This site can provide simple, practical tips. For safety ideas on some of the most popular apps, sites and games visit their site. This website has been updated, January 2021.
The National Online Safety website also has a lot information, lessons and ideas to help keep children safe whilst online. Please see the link below.
Vodafone UK and Andersen Press have launched #Goldilocks, a new book to help parents and children talk about social media and how to use it responsibly.
Google Interland is an adventure-packed online game that makes learning about internet safety interactive and fun – just like the internet itself. Here, children will help their fellow Internauts combat badly-behaved hackers, phishers, oversharers and bullies by practising the skills that they need to be confident online explorers.
Please see the links below