Online safety at Home

As we have all been spending more time online in the recent months, for many parents and carers online safety may be more of an issue than usual. It is hard trying to work from home as many of us are doing and occupy our home learners. Lots of us will be looking to online learning  tools to help educate and entertain our young people.

We will update this page as we come across links that can help you during this difficult time.

CEOP Think u Know #Online Safety at Home

This page has been created to direct parents to support during COVID-19 and the closure of schools. Each fortnight, CEOP will be releasing new home activity packs with simple 15 minute activities you can do with your children to support their online safety at a time when they will spending more time online at home.

There are a range of activities from early years to secondary.

Think u Know –  Home activity worksheets

Parent Info – From CEOP and Parent Zone

Parent Info is a collaboration between  and , providing support and guidance for parents from 

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The Summer holidays are now in full swing and it’s likely that children will be spending more of their free time online – which can make some parents feel uneasy.

As family-facing professionals you may find parents turning to you for advice and guidance on their children’s online life. We’ve got you covered with our parent hub and parent guides to share with them.

Our parent hub provides tips and information about parenting in the digital world, as well as fun free activity ideas that families can do at home.

Be Internet Legends together

Discover Google and Parent Zone’s Be Internet Legends – and get fun, free activities for home.

To make the most of the internet, children need to make smart decisions. Be Internet Legends empowers younger children to use the web safely and wisely, so they can be confident explorers of the online world.

And finally, from Compare the Market, some information and advice on Screen time.

Have you been spending more time on your phone or laptop? The way we spend our time has been changing as a result of COVID-19. Whether it’s during a lockdown or as we adjust to new norms, it’s likely you’ve been spending more time on your devices.

The pandemic may have encouraged more screen-related bad habits, but the risks were always there. How does your time online make you feel? Are you able to switch off when you need to?

The time we spend in front of screens has a huge influence on our lives. Take control and ensure your digital devices have a positive impact on your life.

Click here to read the blog article.


Stay connected, Stay in touch. Stay safe