School online safety guides

Whether they’re discovering the online world at primary school, making new digital friends as they move to ‘big school’ or simply continuing to build their digital social circle at secondary school, use our age guides to give children the right advice to deal with some of the online challenges they may face.

School online safety guides

Whether they’re discovering the online world at primary school, making new digital friends as they move to ‘big school’ or simply continuing to build their digital social circle at secondary school, use our age guides to give children the right advice to deal with some of the online challenges they may face.

Discovering digital at Primary

Support your child as they start their digital journey and experience digital firsts. See our guide for practical tips to help them develop good online safety habits that they can build on in the future.

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Moving to secondary school

If your child is making the switch from primary to secondary school, it’s important to understand what challenges they may face online and how to support them, see our guide to do just that.

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Navigating Secondary School

Although digitally savvy teens are the most confident online, they are more likely to experience online issues as they get older. Find out what these are and how you can support them with our guide.

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Digital Resilience Toolkit

Use our age-specific resources, offering tips parents can apply every day to help children become more resilient online.

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Parental control guides

Filter, block and set screen time controls on your child's devices, apps and platforms they use to give them a safer online experience.

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Supporting young children online

'Raising children in 2018 is definitely not easy, says Lucy mum of two girls age 3 and 7. She shares how she monitors her children's internet use and what challenges she faces.

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Pressures of moving to secondary school

Emma mum of four to shares her challenges of preparing her 11 year old daughter to make the move to secondary school. She sights cyberbullying, social and peer pressure as her main concerns.

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