Support wellbeing with tech

Technology and the internet are great tools to help children’s development but like anything, it’s best to use them in moderation. See articles, resources and guides to help your child develop good digital habits and better understand their tech usage.

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Online Dating for Teens – Parenting Advice
Take a look at our guide to discover parental advice on helping teens make safer choices when it comes to ...
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Tips to Help Young People Manage Their Online Identity
To help children face online judgement and pressures to fit in, use our tips to help them become more confident ...
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BBC Own It App
Getting their first phone is a big moment in a child’s life. But with so many messages, notifications and social ...
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Social media parents guide
Advice for parents on conversations to have before children get social
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GOV.UK: Resources for children with SEND
Gov.uk has created a list of free special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) resources, developed with a focus on accessibility ...
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Tootoot’s list of free mental health services and resources
Tootoot provides a list of free services and resources to help support mental health and wellbeing for children and young ...
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Starter tips to manage digital wellbeing
Get advice to help children develop critical thinking, self control and coping strategies to deal with online risks.
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Fake News, Misinformation, and Coronavirus
Here are some tips for your child if they are feeling anxious about the rise of fake news and misinformation ...
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Vodafone’s Digital Family Pledge
Set house rules on how you use tech and behave online via Vodafone's The Digital Family Pledge.
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TikTok Safety Guide For Parents to Support Young People On The App
Use our guide to get to grips with the safety tools available on the app and ways your teen can ...
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GOV.UK – LGBTQ cyberbullying
2014 research from NatCen Social Research about tackling homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying among school-age children and young people.
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