Parents

We have put together some useful information and links for parents/carers to help keep children safe on the internet.

Social Media 



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Please see below guidance on the age restrictions for social media websites.

















Law enforcement agency that keeps young people safe from harm on the Internet.






NSPCC Net Aware

Your guide to the social networks your kids use.  Stay up to date and keep your child safe in today's digital world.




CBBC Stay Safe

Welcome to your ultimate internet survival guide.  Tips and tricks for you to stay safe online.




Childnet

Childnet's missionis to work in partnership with others around the world to help make the internet a great and safe for children.





Staying Safe Online

Warwickshire and Coventry Facebook page.





Think U Know

Protecting your children from abuse online.




Safer Internet

The UK Safer Internet Centre is coordinated by a partnership of three leading organisations; Childnet International, the South West Grid for Learning and the Internet Watch Foundation


Netmums Internet Safety For Children

Netmums is a website for parents in the UK. It features a family of local sites across the UK and was established in 2000. The network offers information to both mothers and fathers about parenting on a national level.




Parents Guide - Instagram

Instagram is a mobile photo sharing application and service that allows users to share pictures and videos either publicly or privately.





Parents Guide - Snapchat

It's the popular mobile app that allows you to send videos and pictures, both of which will self destruct after a few seconds of a person viewing them.




Roblox Information

Roblox is a user-generated massively multiplayer online social gaming platform developed and published by the Roblox Corporation and released in 2006



Google Hangouts

Parents need to know that Google Hangouts are a way for kids, families, and teachers to communicate online for free. You can video chat, instant message, and share photos. 


Parents Guide to Cyberbullying

There is a lot of research that shows that Cyberbullying is affecting more young people, more frequently.

With the growth of social media and the average age of children owning smartphones set at 10, there is a need for more education and information about how to prevent cyberbullying from happening and what to do when it does.

Together with Anti-bullying Alliance and the National Children’s Bureau, we’ve created a cyberbullying resource which explains the different forms of cyberbullying, their impact on children and importantly what parents, carers and schools can do to help a child deal with it.

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