CEOPThe CEOP website can be used to report any inappropraite or worrying content your child comes across on line. There is a button on the website home page to take you to this. The site also contains lots of tips and information for parents.
ParentzoneThere is a link to this website on our home page. You can sign up for regular newsletters which wll keep you uptodate with all the current issues concerning online safety and keeping your child safe.
NSPCCThe NSPCC advise provides lots of advice for keeping your child safe, including online. You can sign up for online newsletters.
Saferinternet.orgA partnership of three leading charities: SWGFL, Internet Watch Foundation and Childnet digital leaders.Offers and advice centre and helplines.
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