Parent pack for teachers

Helping parents keep children safe online

Many parents rely on schools to help keep them up to speed and help deal with any online issues. There are lots of easy ways that you can encourage parents to discover the information they need, please see below some downloadable materials to help you.

Parent presentations

A selection of online safety presentations, along with scripts, that you can download and use at parents evenings or assemblies.

Primary school

Find a broad range of primary school online resources to keep children safe online.

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Cyberbullying presentation

Gives parents support on cyberbullying and how to deal with it.

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Bullying presentation

Gives parents support on bullying and how to deal with it.

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Posters, Leaflets & Plays

Use our range of leaflets, age guides, poster and play scripts to raise awareness of online safety at parents evenings, one-to-one sessions or as a simple takeaway.

Poster Pack

Demonstrates key issues and the need to understand and get involved.

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Leaflets

See our free e-Safety leaflets and resources available to download.

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Age guides

Take a look at our age specific online safety guides

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Plays on The Internet

A trilogy of plays to educate families on internet safety

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Digital resources

We’ve provided bright and impactful online banners, a monthly eNewsletter and a range of digital safety guides that you can use to share the latest developments in online safety.

Digital banners

Use our online banners to highlight great advice available on our site

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eNewsletter

See latest editions of our monthly eNewsletter and subscribe

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Social media guides

Share social media privacy guides with parents

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Internet Matters app

Online safety tablet app for parents and children aged 8-10 years

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Digiduck app

An educational, e-safety story app for 3-7 years

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Conversation guides

Expert tips to help parents talk about cyberbullying with their child

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