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Going Too Far — tackling extremism in the classroom
A resource to tackle extremism in the classroom with this online classroom resource from the Department for Education and London Grid for Learning.
Going Too Far — tackle extremism with this classroom resource
Tackle extremism and dangerous or illegal online behaviours with this online classroom resource for teachers and schools.
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What is the dark web? – Advice for parents
It is part of the World Wide Web that is only accessible through special software. Find out what risks this poses to kids and how you can protect them.
Apps & Tools
R;pple — help prevent self-harm and suicide with this free online tool
In recognition of World Suicide Prevention Day, R;pple gives users support and messages of hope when they search for content linked to self-harm and suicide
How to report suicidal content on social media
Help children take action if they come across content that may indicate that a friend or loved one is in danger on social media.
Games that get children into coding
A new wave of video games is helping children learn about coding. Expert Andy Robertson takes you through the benefits of games like Game Builder Garage.
Wellbeing and Safety on Instagram – Advice for Parents and Carers
Instagram's 'Addressing the Pressure to be Perfect' toolkit features parents tips to help teens who are active on Instagram, to have a positive experience.
How can I help my child manage their friendships online safely?
Social media has changed the way children interact and share online to support children our experts provide simple tips to help.
The online together project
Together with our partner Google, we've launched the find the fake interactive quiz to help families test their knowledge on fake news and misinformation.
TikTok app safety – What parents need to know
TikTok is a popular social networking app that allows users to create, musical clips and short clips up to 60 seconds and add special effects to them.
What is OnlyFans? What parents need to know
Learn more about how OnlyFans works, concerns raised over underage young people using this platform and what risks it exposes young people to.
YouTube: Tips and tricks to keep your children entertained and safe
YouTube can be a powerful source of education and entertainment for your child. Learn how to keep them safe with help from Pocket Lint's Andy Robertson.
Exploring YouTube Confidently
The YouTube experience is for parents who decide their kids are ready to explore the vast universe of YouTube videos. This supervised experience comes with content settings, limited features, and features that help build healthy digital habits.
Electronic Arts – Internet Matters corporate partner
As a Internet Matters corporate partner EA have made a commitment to positive play and empowering parenst to help kids play responsibly.