Rules for your safety
- Never give out any personal information such as our full name, address, phone numbers or school name.
- Only use a computer when an adult is nearby.
- Tell your parents or the teacher right away if you come across anything that upsets you or makes you feel uncomfortable.
- Never send a picture of yourself to a person that you don't know, or haven't met.
- Never arrange to meet someone whom you have met through the Internet even if you think you know them well or they seem really nice.
- Never give out your passwords to anyone (even your best friends) other than you parents.
- Don't fill out forms online without asking your parents or a teacher first.
- Check with your parents or teacher before downloading anything as it could damage the computer.
Who can you tell if you're worried?
Or report it to CEOP:
NSPCC information for parents how to keep children safe online. https://www.nspcc.org.uk/preventing-abuse/keeping-children-safe/online-safety/
Government CEOP link. www.ceop.gov.uk/reportabuse/index.asp
Clicking this button will take you straight to the CEOP (Child Exploitation & Online Protection) website. There you will be able to get more information about internet safety: including cyberbullying, hacking and viruses. You can speak to trained advisers and report anything you are worried about...
Think U Know produce some handy guides for parents about how to keep children safe online. Just follow the link: www.thinkuknow.co.uk/parents