Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP)

We want all young people to know that if they are being threatened online, if they’ve shared something they regret then they can always report to CEOP online:

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Think U Know

If you are looking for advice or support Think u know is a great place to start for all ages, parents and teachers…

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A few tips to stay safe online

  • Treat people that you don’t know on the Internet as strangers
  • Do not give out any personal information related to your family, friends or yourself
  • Use your common sense
  • Never send explicit or indecent pictures of yourself
  • Never respond to provocative, rude, obscene or threatening messages
  • Never agree to meet someone whom you’ve met through the Internet without being 100% certain it is who you think it is

Safety Net Kids

Safety Net Kids have surveyed 150 children and young people who told them that they are worried about cyberbullying and internet safety. As a result, they created top tips on how to deal with cyberbullying, staying safe online and staying safe using mobile phones.

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How to make a report?

Most services have rules about what kind of content is allowed on the site. Often if something is harassing an individual, pornographic or violent it breaks the rules. You can report this kind of content using the reporting tools on the sites. For more information, visit the link below:

Childnet

Useful Resources

PACE

Keep them safe is a free online learning tool from Pace…

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NSPCC

Talking PANTS teaches children important messages, like their body belongs to them and they should tell an adult if they’re upset or worried…

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Safe Kids

These rules are aimed mostly at younger children, at oldest pre-teens. Appropriate “rules” for online use vary by age, maturity of the child and family values…

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