Parent Information Online Safety 

 

Here is some useful websites and resources to help keep your children safe online.

Seeking Advice and Reporting Issues

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If you or your child are worried or upset about something which has happened on the internet and you need to seek advice or report it then please click this CEOP link.

NSPCC Net Aware has information about the most commonly used apps by young children.

NSPCC Share Aware has ideas on conversation starters you can use with your children and advice about staying safe online.

ThinkuKnow for Parents- advic e for parents from CEOP's ThinkuKnow education programme.

UK Safer Internet Centre has further advice and guidance for young people and parents about staying safe online.

O2 are currently providing a Guru service. Hundreds of Gurus are available to give you free advice in store, online, and over the phone.

Click this icon to book your meeting with a Guru at the O2 store in Guildford (other locations are available). Gurus will give you advice and set up parental controls on your devices. This service is free of charge and you do not need to be an O2 customer.

The NSPCC helpline is open 24 hours a day, ready to give support and advice to any adult who's worried about a child.

Call 0800 800 5000

Visit nspcc.org.uk/help

email help@nspcc.org.uk

Childline provides online safety advice. 

For advice and support on setting up controls, adjusting privacy settings, understanding social networks and more click this icon or call 0808 800 5002