Help & advice
Helpful information and guidance on a range of key online safety topics.
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4–11 year olds
- What should I do if someone online is mean to me?
- How much time should I spend online?
- What do I need to know about online gaming?
The latest advice and guidance on key online safety issues, as well as information on the latest apps and games.
A deep dive into Safer Internet Day resources: 3-7s edition
Take a look at the resources available to you if you're conducting activities Safer Internet Day for those aged 3-7 years.
Childnet’s new website and refreshed brand is unveiled!
We are overjoyed to be able to present the revamped, remodelled and reimagined Childnet website We hope you like it!
Helping your child with WhatsApp
Take a closer look at the WhatsApp messaging platform and how you can ensure children have a safe experience using it.
Plan Childnet Film Competition into your school’s 2022 schedule!
The Childnet Film Competition is back for 2022 and your school or youth group is invited to join the celebration of creativity, filmmaking and online safety knowledge.
4 tips for giving tech gifts this Christmas
We’ve created a range of top tips for parents and carers to consider before new phones, tablets and consoles are unwrapped on December 25th.
Resources to help you celebrate Anti-Bullying Week 2022
The promotion of kindness is at the core of our values at Childnet, and it is essential that we put a stop to bullying whether online or offline.
Safer Internet Day 2022 – Supporters registration now open!
Schools and organisations are now able to register as a Safer Internet Day Supporter to share what they are doing for the day!
Your school can help to shape the future of Safer Internet Day
Childnet are looking for primary, secondary and SEND schools across the UK to help monitor and evaluate Safer Internet Day 2022.
How to help children and young people manage friend requests online
This blog is here to help parents, carers or anyone who works with children and young people to know how best to prepare and support them when they receive friend requests.
Childnet Film Competition International winners so proud of their achievement
Jumeirah English Speaking School in Dubai have been celebrating after taking first place in the 7-11 age category of the first ever Film Competition International event.
Free resources to help you teach about online safety.
SMART Video Lessons
Six easy-to-follow videos to work through together with children aged 6-9 years old.
A learning-to-read book
Sharing stories with your child, helps to make learning to read an enjoyable activity!
The Digiduck® collection has been created to help parents and teachers educate children aged 3–7 about online safety. The collection includes a ebooks, PDFs, a poster and an interactive app.
STAR SEND Toolkit
An online safety teaching toolkit for educators to deliver with young people in KS3 and KS4
Talk it over
Research-led resource to start empathetic, honest, and evidence-based conversations on online hate and how to tackle it.