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Staying Safe Online

Staying Safe Online

If you are worried or concerned about your child staying safe online it can help to find information and support that you can trust. Parents and carers have checked and tested the websites and phone numbers below to make sure they are helpful and easy to use.


  • In an emergency call the police on 999
  • Parents and carers can get help from Nottingham City Council by calling 0115 8764800

A Guide to Online Safety and Gaming

As a new generation of young people arrive onto using multiplayer games and the internet in general this new year, it is more important than ever to make your pupils aware of how to stay safe online.


The SWGfL has published a pamphlet on how to best keep safe whilst using online software and games. With advice on reporting and blocking, online socialization and the considerations on online gaming, the pamphlet can be a useful resource for any teaching staff, giving lessons on the topic.


You can find a link to that resource below: 


Online Safety and Gaming

Department for Education (DfE) Information

The DfE have launched ‘Parent Info’ providing a range of advice about caring for children, including advice about on-line safety:



National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC)

The NSPCC has also produced advice and information about a number of different issues. For more information visit their website:



Parent Zone

Parent zone is a company devoted to helping families navigate the challenges of the digital age. They provide a useful free magazine called Digital Parenting:


Centre on Media and Child Health

The Centre on Media and Child Health has produced a wide range of advice and information for parents/carers in relation to the impact of media on children’s health and development:



How to set Parental Controls

For tips and advice on how to use parental controls please follow the link below:


Cyber Bullying

Cyber bullying is something that young people have told us they are particularly worried about. A number of websites have good information about this topic:


  • Information on the NSPCC is here
  • Information from Internet Matters is here
  • Information from Child line is here


Other Safe Internet Resources

  • Think You Know This site provides information about what’s good, what’s not good online and what you can do about it

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