Thank you for taking the time to read the Digital Magazine which was sent to all parents. This will hopefully support you in keeping your child safe when using the Internet. If you need any advice or support please do not hesitate the school.
Think You Know
About Thinkuknow Thinkuknow is an education programme from the National Crime Agency’s CEOP Command. Since 2006, Thinkuknow has been keeping children and young people safe by providing education about sexual abuse and sexual exploitation. Thinkuknow is unique. It is underpinned by the latest intelligence about child sex offending from CEOP Command. Thinkuknow aims to ensure that everyone has access to this practical information – children, young people, their parents and carers and the professionals who work with them. Alongside the Thinkuknow website the programme provides educational resources, including films, cartoons and lesson plans, to help professionals raise young people’s awareness.
Get child protection research, tools and resources for professionals, learn what works in our Impact and Evidence hub and find services for children and families. Helping professionals protect children We work directly with children and families in over 40 service centres across the UK. We collaborate with frontline professionals and researchers to find innovative solutions and evaluate what works. And we can help you find the latest policy, practice, research or news - whether you're researching a particular therapy or preparing a court report.
Who are we? Internet Matters is a not-for-profit organisation working with online safety experts to bring you all the information you need to keep your children safe online. We aim to bring you Advice on important e-safety issues News and advice from industry experts Guidance on setting parental controls and filters Reviews on the latest technology and apps
What we do Childnet’s mission is to work in partnership with others around the world to help make the internet a great and safe place for children. We work directly with children and young people from the ages of 3 to 18 on a weekly basis, as well as parents, carers, teachers and professionals, finding out about their real experiences online, and the positive things they are doing as well as sharing safety advice. Working directly with these audiences is important in helping us to equip them to stay safe online and informs the resources that we develop for them. The conversations that we have with them also helps to inform how we develop and respond to policy issues and the messages that we take to government and the internet industry about the real experiences of children and young people and what needs to be done to make them safer. At the heart of all our work is the belief that when used properly the internet is a wonderfully positive tool for children and young people. We strive to take a balanced approach, making sure that we promote the positive opportunities, as well as responding to the risks and equipping children and young people to deal with them.
Safer Internet Centre
About The UK Safer Internet Centre is coordinated by a partnership of three leading organisations; Childnet International, the South West Grid for Learning and the Internet Watch Foundation. It is co-funded by the European Commission's Safer Internet Programme and is one of the 31 Safer Internet Centres of the Insafe network. The centre has three main functions: an Awareness Centre, a Helpline and a Hotline.