We believe that one of the best ways to educate and protect children is by simply having a conversation. This free app is a great tool for starting the discussion and engaging with your children. It involves a series of quizzes and games that you play against each other and together, with opportunities to pause and discuss the issues that it raises.
NSPCC provides a range of useful information regarding safeguarding children online, from how to set up parental controls to who to contact if you have any concerns.
A guide to social networks that children commonly use.
Childnet provides another useful resource with information about a range of topics that are relevant to the online world, such as gaming, downloads and social networking.
Think U Know have information for adults and children, including interactive games and more.
If you have real concerns, then CEOP are the agency to contact.
A range of useful resources, particularly these social media guides.
These resources from Twinkl, provide some useful Online Safety guidance and suggestions.