Useful links and websites

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Lincolnshire Safeguarding Children Board

Every month, the LSCB produces a factsheet on an internet safety area. Monthly newsletters can be located on the ‘Safeguarding in Schools’ tab on the Stay Safe Partnership website.

Advice for parents and carers

KS1 and foundation resources

KS2 resources

 

Parent Info

http://parentinfo.org/

Above is a link to the Parent Info website. Parent Info is a collaboration between CEOP and Parent Zone. The website provides high quality information to parents and carers about their children’s wellbeing and resilience.

This service is free and ranges across a wide range of subject matter, from difficult topics about sex, relationships and the internet or body image and peer pressure to broader parenting topics like ‘how much sleep do teenagers need?’

We would like to draw particular attention to the articles section, which may be of use and interest to parents and carers.

 

Internet Matters

Get expert support and practical tips to help children benefit from connected technology and the internet safely and smartly on the Internet Matters website: https://www.internetmatters.org/

 

Net Aware

net-aware.org.uk

Net Aware is an online tool that informs parents about the social networks, apps and games that children might be using.

 

NSPCC

nspcc.org.uk/shareaware

At the above link you will find help and advice for parents regarding how to keep children safe on social networks, apps and games.

Parents and carers can contact the NSPCC helpline whenever they’re worried about a child by calling 0808 800 5000, emailing help@nspcc.org.uk, texting 88858* or contacting us online at nspcc.org.uk/ helpline. The helpline is free, available 24/7 and calls can be made anonymously. NSPCC have joined forces with O2 to provide adults with the skills and tools to help keep children safe online. This helpline provides practical, technical advice including parental controls on electronic devices, adjusting privacy settings, understanding social networks, and information about online gaming. Call the Online Safety Helpline on 0808 800 5002. 

The NSPCC in conjunction with Dan Hawbrook have produced two simple guides on how to handle peer pressure for both young people and teachers/parents.

Peer Pressure for Young People

Peer Pressure NSPCC Tips

 

EDAN Lincs Domestic Abuse Servcie

The website for Domestic Abuse support is EDAN Lincs Domestic Abuse Service https://edanlincs.org.uk/

 

 

Lincolnshire’s Stay Safe Partnership

Lincolnshire’s Stay Safe Partnership has a range of online/e-safety resources available at www.lincolnshire.gov.uk/ssp for pupils of all ages including resources for staff to use with pupils, training for staff and resources for parents such as the NSPCC Online Safety Pack for parents and the PACE (Parents Against Child Exploitation) free e-learning and information.

 

Chief Medical Officer for the UK

The Chief Medical Officer for the UK has published guidance on screen-based activities. The guidance itself has a poster on page 11 which helps parents and carers think about the challenges of managing their children’s screen use. The full guidance and poster can be found here  https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/777026/UK_CMO_commentary_on_screentime_and_social_media_map_of_reviews.pdf?mc_cid=e1afbf2311&mc_eid=eb04eaad09 .

 

Parent and Carer Online Toolkit (Childnet)

The new non-statutory guidance published in the summer, Teaching Online Safety (2019, DfE), recommends that schools ‘Proactively [engage] staff, pupils and parents/carers in school activities that promote the agreed principles of online safety’ (see paragraph 42).

Childnet have updated their parent and carer toolkit that will help parents have conversations about online safety. Their booklet ‘Let’s talk about life online’ includes ten key messages that should be shared with children:

  1. “You can always come to me if you need help.”
  2. “What would you do if this happened…?”
  3. “Remember that not everyone is who they say they are online.”
  4. “Keep your personal information safe, and other people’s too.”
  5. “Be respectful to others online.”
  6. “Think before you post.”
  7. “Remember to ask if it’s okay.”
  8. “Remember not everything is true online.”
  9. “The things other people post online might not always show what their life is really like.”
  10. “Recognise how going online makes you feel and take a break when you need to.”

The Parent and Carer Toolkit can be found here: https://www.childnet.com/parents-and-carers/parent-and-carer-toolkit

 

Suggested games and game guides from National Online Safety

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