Online Safety

The UK Safer Internet Centre has announced Safer Internet Day:  How to get involved today: Take a look at our brand new research Take the Safer Internet Day Quiz Read our Safer Internet Day tips for 3-7s, 7-11s, 11-18s and parents/carers. Watch our SID TV films and download the Education Packs Join the #SaferInternetDay2019 social media campaign Make the internet a more positive place and share your #OurInternetOurChoice

April Requard uncovers ten apps that police believe should be “off-limits” to children. Below is a run-down of the ten apps. Omegle Omegle is a free online chat room that lets users talk anonymously to complete strangers. Omegle, which was launched in 2009, randomly pairs users in one-on-one chat sessions where they can chat to people

The LSCB is running three 2 hour information sessions through 2018/19 which will enlighten both parents and professionals on: What children and young people are using the internet for The technology they are using Managing the risks Taking positive action The session is not hi-tech but contains practical content and advice for PARENTS and professionals