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From advice on setting up parental controls to support on what to do if you're worried about livestreaming or sexting, we've got lots of tips to help you keep your child safe online.
Talking to your child about online safety
Sometimes you might be worried about what your child's doing online or who they're speaking to, but not know how to talk to them about it. We've got advice to help.
It can be hard to know how to talk to your child about the risks of watching online porn. Our advice can help you explain the risks to your child, prevent them from watching porn, and know what to do if your child has explicit or upsetting content online.
We’ve got advice and support for you and your child to help keep children safe online.
Advice for parents to understand the risks of online games, why children play them and how to help your child play safely.
Online Safety Quiz - KS3
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Our online safety quiz and teacher notes will help you teach children how to stay safe online.
Online safety guidance.pdf
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Online Safety Quiz - KS2
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Our Online Safety Quiz and teacher notes will help you teach children how to stay safe online.
Livestreaming and online video apps
Learn what livestreaming and online video apps are and why young people use them. We’ve got advice to help you understand the challenges and keep your child safe.
Online child grooming offences pass 10,000
29 May 2020 / News
We are urging the Prime Minister to get social media regulation done as online child grooming offences pass 10,000
NSPCC & O2 | Keeping kids safe online
We've joined forces to help keep children safe. Get tips and advice online or call our free O2 & NSPCC helpline.
NSPCC young people's response to child safety online: age verification for pornography
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Young people's paper submitted in response to a call for age verification for pornography to help keep children safer online.
NSPCC Northern Ireland response to the draft e-safety strategy 2019-2022
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Our submission in response to the draft Keeping Children and Young People Safe Online: An e-Safety Strategy and Three Year Action Plan for Northern Ireland 2019-2022.
NSPCC response to child safety online: age verification for pornography
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Paper submitted in response to a call for age verification for pornography to help keep children safer online.
Over 5,000 online grooming offences recorded in 18 months
1 March 2019 / News
Our #WildWestWeb campaign calls for statutory regulation to make social networks safer.
Lonely children are twice as likely to be groomed online
23 April 2020 / News
We are urging tech giants to take urgent steps to protect children from offenders during the COVID-19 lock down.
22 cyber-related sex crimes against children recorded on average a day
25 June 2019 / News
We're calling on the next Prime Minister prioritise online safety and bring in laws that deliver a change in protection against abuse
Facebook must be stopped from creating hiding places for child abuse
5 December 2019 / News
Facebook is planning to roll out end-to-end encryption on its platforms, making child sexual abuse harder to detect.
Nine in 10 children back new online safety laws
1 July 2019 / News
Our Wild West Web campaign has been instrumental in the Government unveiling tough new online safety measures.
Over 70% of adults want social networks to face criminal sanctions
20 April 2019 / News
We believe that it should be a criminal offence if social networks grossly breach children's safety online.
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