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Share Aware: help your child stay safe on social networks
Just like in real life, kids need your help to stay safe online. We've got simple tips and advice on keeping children safe on social networks, apps and games.
Share Aware campaign launches
9 January 2015 / News
Our Share Aware campaign encouraging families to talk about socialising safely online has launched.
A parent's guide to being Share Aware
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Helping you to keep your child safe online.
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Minecraft: A parent's guide
It's not always easy to know how to keep children safe while they play Minecraft. Know the risks of the game, so you can keep children safe.
Pokémon Go: a parent's guide
Advice for keeping children safe on Pokémon Go
50% of children admit to seeing sexual and violent material online50% of children admit to seeing sexual and violent material online
6 April 2016 / News
Findings revealed in the latest update to our Net Aware guide show how easy it is for school children to access dangerous and harmful material online.
Guide - Who wants to be a Mathionaire - KS3 (2017)
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Download our guide to holding your Mathionaire quiz.
Helping you keep children safe: a guide for professionals
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How we can help and support professionals to protect children from abuse and neglect.
Accessing your personal information
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Your guide to accessing the information the NSPCC holds about you.
Innocent searches online can lead to not so innocent results. But parental controls can help keep your child safe.
Video chat, sharing and streaming apps
Learn more about video apps like Muscal.ly and Periscope, the risks children face when using them and what you can do to help keep children safe.
Self-harm images being shared online by children and young people
27 February 2015 / News
Ahead of Self Harm Awareness Day Sunday March 1, exposure to harmful images through social media prompts online safety concerns reveals poll of 11-21 year olds.
Bedroom sharing and moving out
Information and guidance on children sharing bedrooms and legislation on what age a child can leave home.
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Kevin Lueshing: the right to be a child
13 June 2016 / News
Throughout his professional career, British boxing champion Kevin Lueshing proudly fought with the initials NSPCC sewn on to his shorts. But he never fully explained why, until now.
O2 partnership will help parents to avoid 'digital delay'
27 August 2015 / News
Our new partnership with O2 is designed to give parents the tools, support and information they need to help their children explore the internet safely.
NSPCC response to Law Commission consultation paper no.214: data sharing between public bodies
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Our submission in response to the Law Commission consultation paper no.214: data sharing between public bodies in December 2013.
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PANTS Parents guide online.pdf
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