As we have been spending more time at home, children are more likely to be spending time on Internet linked devices such as tablets, phones, laptops, computers and games consoles. Have a look at the websites below for some good ideas about keeping your child safe online.
Talk through the SMART rules on this poster and what it means for your child when they are accessing the Internet.
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Conversation Starters for Parents and Carers: Online Content
Have a look at this poster from National Online Safety. It contains some useful conversation starters to get your child talking about how they use the Internet and what they already understand about staying safe online.
UK Safer Internet Centre
Here you will find films, storybooks and other fun sites, with plenty of information to help you enjoy your time online and stay safe on the internet.
BULLYING ON SOCIAL NETWORKS
Cyberbullying (online bullying) on social networks can happen to anyone at any time. Social networks should be a place where you can connect with friends and share stuff. It can be really hard if you’re being bullied online but we’re here to help.
Portsmouth Safeguarding Children Board
The one stop shop for local advice and useful information for professionals, parents and children. http://www.portsmouthscb.org.uk/