E-Safety: Advice & Guidance


The National Crime Agency’s CEOP Command has developed Thinkuknow, an education programme providing education about sex, relationships and the internet to reduce children and young people’s vulnerability to sexual abuse and exploitation.

Thinkuknow provides a website for parents and carers, supporting them in understanding and responding to the risks their children may face as they grow. The site covers a broad range of issues from online safety and sexting. Go to www.thinkuknow.co.uk/parents

E-Safety – Advice and Guidance for Parents

Parent Info is a collection of articles, tips, expert advice and resources designed to help parents keep up with what their children are doing on-line. For example, the site currently includes information about staying safe on minecraft, mental health, and building online resilience.

Keeping Children Safe Online (for parents) (NSPCC)
The NSPCC have drawn together lots of advice for parents, including Being Share Aware, MineCraft Safety Advice, and how to stay safe using apps. The information can be found here:
 Parents’ Online Safety Helpline (NSPCC)
Parents can also contact the free NSPCC Online Safety Helpline with questions about parental controls or concerns about a social network their children are using on 0808 8005002


Keeping your children safe on-line

The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) have produced a guide for parents about how you can help to keep your child safe online.  The guidance aims to reassure and give information and advice to help keep children safe. The guide is aimed at parents of children aged 8-12 and is available to read, download and print at : –


We have copies of this leaflet available from the School Office.  The NSPCC also have lots of useful online resources and information at: – http://www.net-aware.org.uk

Click here for safety tools for on-line social networks.

Click here for advice and information about cyber-bullying and other online safety issues.

Click here for great resources and advice from the NSPCC.


Advice for parents about sexting

Click here for the NSPCC’s really helpful advice about sexting.

On-line E-Safety magazine for parents

Click here to reach the very useful online magazine with advice on guidance for parents about online safety.

There is also a very useful free 6-weekly magazine called DITTO that you can subscribe to here.