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In the next 5 mins, read up, watch and learn about what you can do to help your child feel more confident online and address some of the online issues they may face.
This is a toolkit to help teens think about how they experience on the Instagram platform and offer tools to improve that experience.
Find simple tips to help children develop healthy online habits and a good digital diet to help them thrive on and offline.
See our guide to learn more about live streaming and vlogging, how children are using it to interact with others and what you can do to keep them safe while doing it.
Get advice to help your family navigate the risks and rewards that social media can bring.
Dr Linda offers advice on how social media platforms explore the potential effects on young peoples’ emotional and mental health.
Although it can be hard to stay on top of what kids are doing online, these resources will give you advice on what you need to know to protect them and make their experiences fulfilling.
Get tips to empower children to make smarter informed choices to navigate their online world safely.
See simple ways to find the best films and TV shows for your kids without spending hours trawling streaming platforms separately.
If you have plenty of time to spare, we’ve pulled together some articles and resources that will help you get to grips with key activities and issues that you’ve told us your family needs support with.
Get tools and tips to support your child's digital wellbeing on Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp.
Get insight on the reasons why young people may get involved in sexting, what the law says and the impact it can have on their digital wellbeing.
Find out about the type of inappropriate content that your child may see across the platforms and apps they use and what the challenges are to keeping them safe.
Get advice on the tools you can use to help children be more critical about how they interact with others online to protect them from online grooming.
Learn how your child's data is being used online and see what you can do to protect their personal information.
Get insight on how radicalisation can happen and where and how to spot the signs to protect children from extremism.
Get insight into what misinformation is and the impact it can have on young people.
Find out more about how an online reputation is created and tracked to help children understand the long-lasting effects of what they share online.
Get information on what self-harm is, what makes a young person vulnerable to self-harm and the impact it can have.
See our list of child-friendly wellbeing apps designed to help children learn how to interact with each other and share safely online.
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