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Internet Safety

Please click on the links below to find help and support regarding the safety of children online.

This website has information on apps children and adults are currently using, from Minecraft to Skype. As well as official age ratings of the apps, there are reviews from the developers, parents and children regarding the potential risks when using the app. Netaware can be downloaded as an app on your mobile device for quick reference. This website has been recommended by the NSPCC.

This is the go-to website concerning children's safety. There is plenty of practicial information about how to keep children safe using technology, as well as communication tools to ask for specific advice or report a concern.

o2 have teamed up with the NSPCC to provide advice and support with e-safety issues concerning children from 3-18. Anyone can go into an o2 shop to talk to a 'guru', who can advise them on how to use technology to keep their children safe, this includes how to set parental controls or the privacy settings of specific apps.

ThinkUKnow is a comprehensive website for parents, teachers and children to learn more about e-safety. For parents and carers, there are vidoes and articles discussing the latest issues surrounding technology and children, with lots of support and advice. There is also a tool to report any concerns.