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Online Safety

Safety Net can help you keep children safe online by running online safety sessions for parents, professionals
and young people (in schools and other settings).

Children & Young People Session (From Key Stage 1 to 16+):cyber awareness box from right

  • Assemblies, class groups or small group work
  • The session includes scenarios, videos and what to do if something goes wrong online

Parent Session covers:

  • Bringing families together to explore the advantages and disadvantages of the internet
  • Discussion about screen time and parenting tips for when technology is “getting in the way”
  • Technology is contagious – are you being a positive role model?
  • Signposting to useful websites

Professional Session covers:

  • Ofsted requirements
  • Managing your online reputation and maintaining professional standards
  • Cyber bullying
  • Information on latest trends for young people online

Useful websites for parents:

Thinkuknow The place to start. www.thinkuknow.co.uk/parents

Vodafone Digital Parenting Guide Sign up for e-newsletters http://www.vodafone.com/content/parents.html

Common Sense Reviews of games, apps and films by parents and children http://www.commonsensemedia.org/

Family Lives Get advice and support whenever you need it. Online mentor available http://www.familylives.org.uk

Childline Your child can contact ChildLine anytime. Online counsellor available 24 hours a day. www.childline.org.uk

Internet Matters Working with online safety experts, with guides to help you set parental controls. www.internetmatters.org

Contact the training team on training@safety-net.org.uk or 01273 420973 for details of our upcoming sessions, or to arrange for our dedicated Online Safety trainer to develop a bespoke session for you.