E-Safety Tips Videos
These ‘Internet Matters’ videos talk about what you can do at home to keep computers, tablets and phones safe and gives e-safety tips for parents of children.
It’s really important to talk with your child about staying safe online. Here are 4 key points that might help;
I am worried about talking to my child.
What if my child does not want to talk?
Remember if you are concerned that your child is in immediate danger call 999.
If you cannot make voice calls, you can now contact the 999 emergency services by SMS text from your mobile phone. Emergency SMS is part of the standard 999 service which has been designed specifically for people with hearing loss or difficulty with speech.
Top Tips for Staying Safe Online
Here are some tips for things you can do to help keep your children safe on the internet;
Issues Children Face Online
This is bullying that happens online. This includes through social media, apps and online games.
It is easy for young people to have conversations online with people they don’t know.
As children become more independent online, it’s possible that they may come across things which are inappropriate for their age or stage of development.
The internet keeps a record of everyone’s online behaviour – the photos we upload, the comments other people make about us and the things we buy. It’s important children understand about how things they say and do online can affect them later in life.
You can also contact a member of the 0-19 Healthy Child Programme by calling Just One Number on 0300 300 0123 or texting Parentline on 07520631590. Our opening hours are 8am-6pm Monday-Friday (excluding bank holidays) and 9am-1pm on Saturdays.
If you are 11-19 you can text Chathealth on 07480 635060 for confidential advice from one of the Healthy Child Programme team.
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