Early Years

See below our resource hub created specifically to help teachers keep children safe online. Plus, you’ll find our simple parent pack to help you encourage parents do the same

As younger children start their journey online, at home and in a nursery environment, it is important to teach them how to stay safe and give parents the support to do the same.

To help you establish good practices and give parents advice and tools to use, you’ll find a diverse selection of teaching resources, online safety training, policy and guidance and parent support resources. Keep checking for updates as we’ll be adding more as they become available.

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Parent pack: Online safety guides

Use our range of leaflets to raise awareness of online safety at parents evenings, one-to-one sessions or as a simple take-away.

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ThinkuKnow Parents

Articles and resources covering a range of topics relating to online safety- both reactive and preventative.

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Factsheets for professionals

Factsheeps for professionals to use with children and young people. They cover online sexual abuse and how to report to CEOP.

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Online Safety Storybooks

A selection of online safety storybooks to inspire children to engage in the online world safely and explore complex and abstract ideas.

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Professionals Online Safety Helpline

For online safety concerns – the helpline is available to call (0844 381 4772) or email Mon-Fri 10am-4pm.

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NSPCC Share Aware

Lesson plans and classroom guidance about staying safe online

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TES teaching resources

Broad range of teaching materials for key stage 1 and key stage 2

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