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Staying Safe Online

24.11.21 New Parent Guides to Netflix, Squid Game and Crypto Currency added.

08.09.21 New Parent Guide to Rocket League added.

01.09.21 New Back to School Guide for Staying Safe Online added.

11.08.21 New Guide for using tech in different ways during the summer holidays added.

01.07.21 New Parent Guide added about Tiktok.

20.06.21 New Parent Guides added about TEXTME and Tackling Online Hate.

05.05.21 New Parent guide added about OFCOM report on media use and attitudes.

29.04.21 New Parent Guides added about Roblox, Setting Up Parental Controls On Devices and Counter-Strike Global Offensive.

24.03.21 New Parent Guide added about Rec Room.

10.03.21 Updated guide to WhatsApp added.

03.03.21 New Parent Guides added about Signal, Clubhouse, Avakin Life, Ebay, Cunch-Line Chronicles and Staying Safe From Cyber Crime.

16.12.20 New Parent Guide added about Omegle chat.

14.12.20 New Parent Guides added about setting up PS5s and X Box Series S/X safely and Tellonym messaging network. Please click on the links below.

28.10.20 New Parent Guides added about the games Among Us, Fortnite and League of Legends and the messaging App, WhatsApp. Please click on the links below.

25.09.20 Please click on the links below for information about Childline, trusted adults and safe spaces.

25.09.20 Please click on the link below for a new guide to online content.

09.07.20 Please click on the attachment below for a guide to online content.

29.06.20 Please click on the attachment below for information about Discord. 

16.06.20 Please use the following link to access useful information about Tik Tok:

https://thinkuknow.us13.list-manage.com/track/click?u=2ae276529dabe14cecc1d261e&id=45aa912ef5&e=8ce111ad5a

16.06.20 Please use the Think U Know Link below to access home activity packs about staying safe online:

https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/parents/Support-tools/home-activity-worksheets/

09.04.20 New Information Leaflet About Zoom Added. Access Using The Staying Safe Online Page.

If you’re worried that a child is at risk of harm online, you should call the police. Children can make a report to CEOP at https://www.ceop.police.uk/safety-centre/ if they are worried about something they've seen online.