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Looking at online safety resources this RSE day

Posted on 25 June 2020

At Childnet we believe that all young people deserve Relationship and Sex Education that teaches them about healthy relationships and positive sexual health. Over the last few years we have been working on some resources to help schools cover RSE in relation to the online space.

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Entries have now closed for the Childnet Film Competition 2020

Posted on 23 June 2020

Entries have now Closed for the Childnet Film Competition 2020, in this blog we look at what happens next, and further activities you can do whilst waiting for the announcement of the winners.


Find out more about the Childnet Film Competition judges

Posted on 18 June 2020

There’s not long left to enter the Childnet Film Competition, and whilst we know you are working hard on your films why not find out more about our judges and what they are looking for in a winning film!

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We stand in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement.

Posted on 17 June 2020

The Black Lives Matter movement has shone a light on the injustices, inequality and systemic racism that Black people face in the world and in the UK, as well as how we can all do more to combat it. As an organisation our mission is to make the internet a safe and great place for children to be. We seek to be inclusive in our work, and serve all children, including the disadvantaged in society. 

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Less than a week left to enter the Childnet Film Competition

Posted on 16 June 2020

There is less than a week to get your entries in for the Childnet Film Competition. In this blog we look at the final things you have to do.


Less than two weeks left to enter the Childnet Film Competition

Posted on 10 June 2020

With entries for the Childnet Film Competition closing on the 22nd June we take a closer look at what you have to do to enter.


15 year old conducts new research looking at the experiences of young people during COVID-19

Posted on 08 June 2020

Eshal is a 15 year old student and the lead researcher on a new study called “COVID-19: What does it mean for my family and I? A journey through the eyes of a child”. Eshal is also on the Childnet youth advisory board for Project deSHAME.


Safer Internet Day 2020 Impact Report published

Posted on 05 June 2020

Our impact report looks at the reach of Safer Internet Day 2020 and the positive impact that it had on children, young people, parents, carers, and teachers.


What is… Zoom? A guide for parents and carers

Posted on 27 May 2020

Zoom is a service that allows you to virtually meet other people online through video or audio-only calls. You can join these calls via laptops, tablets and mobile phones. The COVID-19 pandemic has meant that ways of connecting online are more important than ever, with Zoom being an increasingly popular option.


Who should you tell? New video for use with 6-9 year olds.

Posted on 21 May 2020

We have just launched the latest of our free video resources which families can use together over the coming weeks. This video focusses on who young people should tell if something worries them online.