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Warnford Village Keeping children safe whilst on-line

Get Safe Online Parent Campaign: Suggested Partner Social Media Activity

Launches July 2nd 2018

 

Tweets (please use #safekids and #SwitchedOnParent)

We’ll help you to be a #SwitchedOnParent to make sure your children have a safe summer online. Start with our expert tips for #safekids #switchedonparent at www.getsafeonline.org/safekids

How long are your children spending online? What content are they looking at? Who are they talking to? It’s just as vital to make sure children are safe online as in the street or the park.

Get to know for yourself about the social media sites, video streaming, gaming apps and other things your kids access online. Chat with them about safe and appropriate usage.

A mix of parental controls, ISP filters and sound advice will help to ensure a balanced approach to your kids’ online safety.

Not everyone online is who they claim to be. Do you know how to spot the signs if your child’s being bullied, trolled, groomed or otherwise abused?

Social networks, video streaming sites and games have lower age limits for a reason. Make it your business to know what your children are accessing.

Just because your kids’ friends are playing the latest games, it doesn’t necessarily mean they’re suitable.

Report inappropriate content or behaviour to the website or social media site, and report child sexual abuse or grooming at www.ceop.police.uk

Facebook Posts

Get Safe Online would like to help you make sure your children have a safe summer online. Start with our expert tips #safekids #switchedonparentat  www.getsafeonline.org/safekids

How long are your children spending online? What content are they looking at? Who are they talking to? It’s just as vital to make sure children are safe online as in the street or the park.

Get to know for yourself about the social media sites, video streaming, gaming apps and other things your kids access online. Chat with them about safe and appropriate usage.

A mix of parental controls, ISP filters and sound advice will help to ensure a balanced approach to your kids’ online safety.

Not everyone online is who they claim to be. Do you know how to spot the signs if your child’s being bullied, trolled, groomed or otherwise abused?

Social networks, video streaming sites and games have lower age limits for a reason: to protect your child from harm. Make it your business to know what your children are accessing.

Just because your kids’ friends are playing the latest games, it doesn’t necessarily mean they’re suitable, even if other parents think it’s OK.

Report inappropriate content or behaviour to the website or social media site where it occurs, and report child sexual abuse or grooming at www.ceop.police.uk.

Warnford Village Keeping children safe whilst on-line