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Online Safety

Online Safety

How to keep your child safe online

For a high proportion of students, the internet is a big part of their daily life. As young people are becoming more confident online ensuring that they are safe is more important now than ever.  Internet Matters have produced a very informative video and parent guides providing advice on how to help you keep your child safe online and develop safe habits. 

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Click here for online safety tips for parents of 11-13 Year old's

Click here for online safety tips for parents of teenagers 14+ 

Get Safe Online in your Home

Click on this link for advice on how to protect your child to stay safe online and how to set up safety control panels on all online technology.

Reporting a Youth Produced Nude Image Online

It can be scary to find out a nude image of your child has been shared online, but we can help you to report it and get it removed. If the young person is under 18 and a nude image or video has been shared online, you can report it and get it removed from the internet.

Follow the instructions below to use our Report Remove Tool:

  1. ​​​Create a Childline account or have an existing account
  2. Confirm your age to show that you’re under 18
  3. Upload your image or a URL of where it's been shared online

For support, get help with your report or speak to Childline

Using Instagram

what parents need to know about instagram.pdf

 

Using TikTok

what parents need to know about tik tok.pdf

 

Using YouTube

youtube safety guide.pdf

 

Using SnapChat

what parents need to know about snapchat.pdf