02 April 2020
At the moment we are seeing a lot of young people mentioning and playing the latest Call of Duty game ‘Warzone’. In this blog we are giving guidance to parents about Warzone, looking at what the game is and highlighting some of the things to be aware of.
call of duty warzone
01 April 2020
As schools remain closed, we know that many families are looking for projects they can do that are fun, educational and that children can do independently. To help with this we have redesigned the Childnet Film Competition for 2020.
Childnet Film Competition
30 March 2020
Houseparty is an app that many young people are using to stay in touch with their peers and play games during the school closures and lockdowns of COVID-19.
24 March 2020
As UK schools close, or run at a limited capacity as a result of COVID-19, we know that parents and carers are having to manage their child’s use of technology and help them learn remotely. This can feel overwhelming but we are here to help!
12 March 2020
We hope you enjoy these films as much as we do, and hope they provide you with inspiration for your own entries to the 2020 competition!
05 March 2020
This world book day we are delighted to share our new online safety themed learning to read book, ‘Aimee and the tablet’. This book has been created as part of Collins’s Big Cat series.
04 March 2020
For World Book Day 2020, we asked author and creator Lindsay Buck about the books.
25 February 2020
Our new hot topic is designed for parents and carers of young people with Special Educational Needs or Disabilities (SEND).
19 February 2020
For Safer Internet Day 2020 we have worked with young people to develop a Young People’s Charter on how government can help make a more inclusive internet where everyone is #freetobe themselves.
13 February 2020
Will Gardner OBE, a Director of the UK Safer Internet Centre, reflects on the huge success of Safer Internet Day 2020.