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Online Safety

The internet (or world wide web) is an amazing place: you can be taken to many facts, places and opinions from all over the world. It is a place to be entertained and amazed with games, music and films. How lucky we all are!

However, you need to be aware that not everything on the internet is good news. You may not be able to believe everything you read, hear or see; also, a lot of people are not who they say they are. What seems like an innocent e-mail attachment, joke or friend request, could be the start of something negative you may not have anticipated.

Please look at the links below on advice on how to use the internet safely. Also make sure you know how to find the CEOP link to report anything worrying to the “internet police”

Visit These Useful Links

Parent Safe - Keeping your children safe: online and beyond

ThinkUKnow - Jessie and Friends

Digital Parenting publication

Please click here to access Vodafone's 'Digital Parenting - A guide to help your family live a happy and safe digital life'.