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Resources from the UK Safer Internet Centre
Childnet's Parent and Carers Zone
Tips, conversation starters and advice about key e-safety issues like cyberbullying, sexting and pornography.
Childnet's e-safety leaflet for parents
Essential information for parents and carers on supporting young people online. Download the free leaflet available in 13 languages.
Childnet's Family Agreement
This family agreement template provides a framework that will help families set clear expectations for positive and safe internet use.
A resource providing helpful tips and advice on using safety and privacy features on Snapchat.
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Resources from other organisations
NSPCC Share Aware
Resources for parents from the NPSCC and O2, including guides to the latest apps and a support helpline.
Thinkuknow - advice from CEOP
Advice and support from police agency CEOP about online relationships, grooming, sexual abuse, nude images and risky behaviours.
BBC Own It
A website by the BBC full of fun and empowering tips, insight, stories and advice to help 9-12 year olds online.
Digital Parenting Magazine
Free online magazine with advice from experts about a range of topics such as bullying, sexting and extremism.
Get Safe Online
Advice about internet security and how to avoid scams, viruses, identity theft and more.
BBC Get Connected
Short films to help you develop online skills to get connected and make the most of your mobile, tablet, computer or interactive TV.
Online Gaming: An introduction for parents and carers
Childnet's leaflet exploring the online gaming environment and providing a wealth of safety advice.
Common Sense Media
Reviews and family guides about the latest games, apps, films and more, from US non-profit Common Sense Media.
Information, advice and support on internet safety from an organisation set up by a partnership of BT, Sky, TalkTalk and Virgin Media.
Articles from leading experts about a range of online issues, coordinated by CEOP and Parent Zone.
Online: Onguard - A Guide to Becoming a Safer Parent Online
Leaflet exploring the importance of parents/ carers own online safety and how they can teach their children to become safer online.