The Internet is becoming an increasingly dangerous place. The rise in the number of activities that are available to our young people only increases the number of risks that are posed. We are constantly hearing tales in the media of the dangers of the Internet but sometimes we lack precise knowledge of how we can help minimise the risk to ourselves and our your people.
The following links provide information to help parents understand this subject.
How to respond to viral scare story like the Momo challenge.
CEOP Advice on Viral Scares
Sexting Awareness Videos from Sussex Police
Do you know the risks of sending nude selfie? Video 1
Do you know the risks? Video 2
Digital Safety Letter to Parents
Official letter to parents of Shoreham Academy regarding the importance of digital safety.
Parent Fact Sheet
Factsheet provided by UK Safer Internet Centre. Provides links and contact information.
Parent Conversation Starters
Question sheet offering advice on how to talk to children about the subject.
Supporting Young People Online
Leaflet providing general tips and help to parents on e-safety.
Advices, help and report. Help on bringing up young children.
Helping parents keep their children safe online.
Many links and resources on how to manage technology for young people.
nspcc.org Online Safety
Online safety guide.
Interactive presentation for parents.
Website with various information on parent control and internet safety.
Expert information to help children and young people stay safe online.
E-safety Parent Guides
The Internet of Things (IP enabled products - CEOP Advice for Parents