How to help a child that comes to you with a worry about online content
What to do if a child comes to you and needs helpThis webpage sets out the process of helping a child who comes to you with a worry about something they have seen online. It explains the three steps which are communicate with the child, save the evidence and contact the appropriate team e.g. CEOP.
The story has been created to help parents teach children aged 3-7 years of age how to be a good friend online. It’s a great way to start the conversation about what they should expect from the online world and how to stay safe.
If you want to purchase a hard copy of the book this can be found at http://www.childnet.com/shop
Or alternatively you can download the app 'Digiduck's Big Decision' by socially bright onto your tablet for free.
Resources for Key stage one and two parents
Top tips for parents with children aged 6-10 years old
Early use of digital technology has been shown to improve language skills and promote children’s social development and creativity. But it’s not without risks for young children, who may come across inappropriate content or begin to copy what older children do online. This video can be found at www.internetmatters.org
Advice page for parents with children aged 6-10 years