See online tools and organisations that can help you and your child manage their online reputation to support their future aspirations.

What’s on the page

Useful resources

Help for parents

Get one-on-one guidance to deal with online issues your child may face and further information on how to help them create a good online reputation.

Advice on parental controls and social networks

Advice on parental controls and social networks

Report child sexual images to IWF

For parents concerned about a child being bullied

For adults worried about child mental health

Use Pipl search engine to check information about your child

Help for kids

It may be helpful for your child to talk through their worries with a trained counsellor from organisations that have experience dealing with cyberbullying issues. There are a number of free services that can be accessed by phone, email and online chat.

For any worries a child may have

Online qualified counsellors for children

Support service for young people under 25

Confidential advice for suicidal feelings

24 hour helpline for those struggling to cope

Social media

Get bespoke safety advice on the most popular social media platforms that children use to make your child aware of community guideline and how to report and block inappropriate content.

NSPCC Net Aware apps guide

Facebook bullying prevention resources

Safety on Twitter

Instagram tips for parents

YouTube policies and safety

Snapchat support

Support & Counselling Service

Should your child need extra support, counselling or mentoring to cope with a bullying issue then these organisations may be able to provide advice and services.

Counselling services for children

Counselling services for children

For children who self-exclude from school

A nationwide counselling directory service

How to talk about mental health with your GP

Guide to get the right mental health support