Internet safety for kids: 7 Tips for parents | VPNpro
Film outlining some of the hazards that can be found online and 7 tips for parents to help support.
ThinkuKnow Advice and Support for Parents - Click link below and navigate to parent page, age 4-7 or 8-10 or above. Some great support and links to further advice.
NSPCC support for helping you talk to your child about online safetyChildren and young people’s lives have changed dramatically because of the coronavirus. With social distancing measures and most schools closing, children will be spending more time at home and online. And while the internet is a great way for children and young people to stay in touch with their friends and keep busy during lockdown, it can also bring risks. Now more than ever it’s important to talk to your child about staying safe online and about the apps and sites they’re using. We’ve got advice to help.
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