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In depth information and key advice on online grooming for parents and carers.
In depth information and key advice on online grooming and how to report it, for teachers and professionals.
Lesson plan and supporting resources for secondary aged pupils focussing on grooming.
Advice for parents and carers about how to make a report online.
Help for specific concerns including reporting, responding to disclosures and safeguarding queries.
Advice on key topics
Detailed information on a range of key online safety topics including sexting, grooming and social media.
New resource equips teachers to tackle e-safety issues
As issues such as cyber-bullying and online grooming cause increasing concern, a new training resource – ’Know IT All’ for Trainees and Teachers – is launched today, designed to empower teachers and trainee teachers at secondary level to better understand, tackle and teach e-safety issues to children.
Always tell someone if anything upsets you online (this section offers advice on how to approach the subject of who to tell and how to tell if something or someone has upset you online)
How do we protect young people online?
The news today of a man who posed as Justin Bieber online and has subsequently been charged with more than 900 child sex-related crimes in Australia, raises significant concerns on how to protect children online.
Empowering parents to talk about internet safety
This year we have delivered internet safety sessions to 3500 parents and carers. Our evaluation has shown how the sessions have helped build parents confidence, giving them the skills to talk to their children about staying safe online.
Today, 10 March, the IWF have released a study into Child abuse images: youth-produced sexual content online. This blog outlines the key risks and provides advice to those working with children and young people.
Childnet Activity Days
Each year the Childnet Education Team visit schools across the UK delivering internet safety sessions for pupils, parents and careers, and staff members. Here are this year's highlights.
Online radicalisation and extremism
Need for an open and ongoing dialogue in our communities – among children, young people, parents, carers, schools and wider – to ensure that young people have the skills to be critical thinkers online and are resilient to online extremism, whether from groups like Islamic State or far right groups and others.
This week in parliament
A roundup of some of the important internet safety discussions and events that have been happening in parliament in the last week.
Be careful who you trust online
Not everyone online has good intentions. Here's our advice to help young people if someone online makes them feel uncomfortable or asks them to do things that they do not wish to do online.
Message from the Chair
Childnet Chair, Tink Palmer, reflects on her time as a Childnet board member sharing some of her highlights from the last 9 years.
Childnet addresses European health professionals
CEO gives key note speech at EUSUHM Congress 2007. Childnet’s Chief Executive, Stephen Carrick-Davies travelled to Tampere in Finland this week to give a keynote speech to health professionals at the European Union for School and University Health and Medicine (EUSUHM) congress.
Launch of internet safety toolkit for secondary teachers
Safer Internet Day 2010 will see the launch of a new toolkit of internet safety resources for secondary teachers. The Know IT All for Secondary toolkit has been developed to provide secondary school teachers with clear and practical resources covering key issues relating to developing young people’s skills in keeping safe online as well as equipping them to deal with risks. This comprehensive resource has been developed by children’s charity Childnet International, with the support of the TDA and the UK Council for Child Internet Safety and Becta.
Keeping children happy and safe online during COVID-19
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!
Free resources for teachers
We look at some of the free resources available to help teachers with their digital footprint as well as information about where to go if they need advice.