UK Safer Internet CentreThis website will offer tips, guides, help and resources on how to keep your child safe on the internet at home.
NSPCC Online safetyThe NSPCC website is designed with both parents and children in mind. Here you will find information on both online safety, and how to stop and report cyber bullying
Think-U-KnowThe Thinkuknow website offers a range of great information for parents, from how to spot signs of cyber bullying and online abuse to how to report it.
Internet MattersInternet Matters is a company paired with Sky and BT that offers help and support when using the internet. In the parents section, you will find both information, advice, and support for when you need it most.
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