This week we're sharing resources and guidance about helping children to cope with the change and uncertainty we all face. With increased usage of online learning here’s some top tips and activities for keeping safe online.If you don't have much time...
Do these Three Key Things to keep children safe online:
Read CEOP Parents' and Carers' help sheets if you haven’t already, done so. There is one for primary-age children.
These contain key online safety advice and links to our resources, as well as support services.
You can also read the govermnment guidance about this.
Here are more resources to help...
Internet Matters – A useful tool showing how to set parental controls across a range of devices and websites. Click here.
Parent Info – Expert information for parents about digital family life Click here.
NSPCC PANTS (The underwear rule) – A simple way to keep children safe from abuse, by teaching them to remember the 5 rules that spell ‘PANTS’. Click here.
Things I can think about…
If you are age 5 or under, these will be great for you! Click here!
If you are age 5 to 7, these will be great for you! Click here!
If you are age 8 or older, these will be best for you! Click here!
Message for parents and carers.... CEOP are producing a different set of resources every two weeks. Just click on these links and you'll get to choose from them. You might want to start with the first and work through them.
Which of the SCARF values did the activities include?
You can point to these, or if you're making a SCARF journal you can write them down and tick those you did. There's no right or wrong answer! It's up to you to decide!
Make a Staying Safe Online poster or manual with some top tips for helping other children to stay safe online. Maybe if you have time, add pictures and bright colours to make help get their attention. You could share your top tips with friends or others in your family!