Where do I start?
Depending on the age of your children here are some simple things you could do today. You’ll find more tips and links to expert advice in our age guide pages.
Need to address an issue fast?
Learn about it. Talk about it. Deal with it.
Here are some useful resources to help you do just that and make informed choices about your children’s online safety. You’ll find links to more relevant resources throughout our site.
Microsoft's Safer Families offers a collection of videos and resources created for parents to help them keep their kids safe online
Dedicated to making the internet a safer place for children, and full of great detailed advice
The Family Online Safety Institute's 'A Platform for Good' has a range of resources to help parents and teens navigate the internet safely.
From the UK’s leading children’s charity, practical tips and advice on how to keep children safe online
Offers fun, interactive videos and games for children to learn about how to keep themselves safe online
This website from The Parent Zone helps parents apply their parenting skills to the online world
The Diana Award Anti-Bullying Ambassador Programme offers training to young people, staff, and parents to help them tackle bullying in schools and communities.
If you have an issue and need help now, Family Lives offer a free helpline service for parents, just call 0808 800 2222 or click here for more information.
Smartie the Penguin is an e-story about the adventures of Smartie as he learns with Daddy about online safety. The book is also available as a download here.