National On-Line Safety Guides for Parents
Short videos for parents and carers: delivering online safety at home
|Age Ratings January 2019||Catfishing Parents Guide Feb 2019|
|Instagram Parents Guide V2-081118||Snapchat Parents Guide|
|Tik-Tok Parents Guide||Twitter Parents Guide December 2018|
|WhatsApp Parents Fact Sheet||YouTube Parents Guide|
Social Media - Minimum Age Requirements
Age ratings for each form of social media.
Child Safety Online:
A practical guide for parents and carers whose children are using social media
Musical.ly - Things Parents Should know
Description of the App and Facts Parents need to know about it.
SnapMaps - New App Added to SnapChat
Parents should really be aware of these changes to Snapchat incorporating SnapMaps, and check if children using them set sufficient privacy settings!!!
Think You Know? Information for Parents
Thinkuknow is an education programme from the National Crime Agency’s CEOP Command.
Educating parents on how to protect their children on-line.
A Guide for Parents of Children who use Social Media
Understand the risks your children may need to deal with.
What they could see!!!!!
Who they could meet!!!!
How this could effect them!
This is the LGFL Digital Awareness Resource. It has lots of games and quizzes that children can do to help keep them safe and make them responsible Internet Users. To login and start using this, use the same Username and password that you have for Rock Star Times Tables and Grammar Explained.
Screen Time Advice
Advice and tips for parents on childrens use of screens.
Information in regards to the MomoChallenge which has been appearing online from National Online Safety.
Parent Presentation February 2023
What parents need to know about Social bots.
National Online Safety guide - Fortnite