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Helpful Links & Information
Below are a number of useful links and resources for both parents/carers and children on a range of topics, including eSafety and wellbeing.
This page will be updated frequently so please check back regularly.
Giving parents/carers and their children advice from the National Crime Agency on staying safe online.
For home activity worksheets providing 15-minute activities to teach children the importance of online safety, please click here. Please select from the links below to go to the appropriate homepage for further advice and support.
- Parents' homepage
- For children aged 4-7 years
- For children aged 8-10 years
- For children aged 11-13 years
- For young people aged 14 years and above
- For school staff and educational professionals
Supporting parents and carers in keeping their children safe online. Parent Info has created a range of guidance pages on topics such as digital wellbeing and resilience, mental health support during lockdown, and the use of video chatting for both primary school and secondary school children.
Supporting parents and carers in keeping their children safe online. Internet Matters have published a range of advice, including support for children of all ages, instruction on managing parental controls and privacy settings and resources providing information on apps, video games and technology.
A free, safe and anonymous online wellbeing community for young people requiring mental health support and online counselling.
Upon signing up, young people will have access to a bank of resources and a digital magazine which support and guidance on managing their mental health, they will be able to chat online with counsellors and emotional wellbeing practitioners, and can write in a private daily journal to track their thought and feelings.
Helping children and young people (up to age 25), parents, and families, to rebuild their lives when a child grieves or when a child dies. Child Bereavement UK also provide training to professionals, equipping them to provide the best possible care to bereaved families.