Please find below links to the NSPCC NetAware and the UK Safer Internet Centre, websites for both students and parents which provide information regarding internet safety.
Live streaming: responding to the risks (National Crime Agency/CEOP)
Live streaming is a popular feature of lots of apps and platforms. By understanding the risks of live streaming, we can help children stay safe when they are online. ThinkUKnow has produced a guide to help parents understand why live-streaming is so popular, and how to keep children safe.
You can find the article here: https://www.thinkuknow.
All eyes on #FortniteChapter2 👀🌍🎣 This #WakeUpWednesday we remind trusted adults of the risks children & young people face playing 'the most popular online game in the world'. Download our free #OnlineSafety parents & carers guide here>> https://t.co/2iY6hS1ZqJ#Fortnite2 pic.twitter.com/4yegAWMZWw— National Online Safety (@natonlinesafety) October 16, 2019
Please click here to download the Parental Controls Guide produced by Knowsley Learning Centres.
Don't get 'reeled' in☹️🎣— National Online Safety (@natonlinesafety) October 23, 2019
This #WakeUpWednesday we discuss 'Sadfishing'; the growing behavioural trend where exaggerated claims are made about emotions to generate sympathy & attention. Learn what it is and how parents & carers can help. Download here>> https://t.co/SHmlHx5GWA pic.twitter.com/xh8lJfWh6X