The internet, online apps and social media platforms are incredibly useful services which can be used to help with learning, development and socialising. However, it is important to be aware of some of the risks involved and take steps to ensure you stay safe online. On this page you will find some suggestions and advice to help.
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Fortnite parent guide
A printable guide of parental information about the video game Fortnite. From National Online Safety.
Fifa parent guide
A printable guide of parental information about the video game Fifa. From National Online Safety.
Call of Duty parent guide
A printable guide of parental information about the video game Call of Duty.
Internet Safety Tips from National Online Safety
A printable guide full of internet safety tips from National Online Safety.
Information and advice to help you use Facebook more safely.
Information and advice to help you use Twitter more safely.
Information and advice to help you use Instagram more safely.
Information and advice to help you use Snapchat more safely.
TikTok Parent Factsheet
Information for parents and carers about the TikTok media platform.
NSPCC online safety information
Information and advice on various aspects of online safety. Provided by a collaboration between the NSPCC and O2.
Information for parents/carers on various internet-based platforms, games and social media apps.