Many parents really struggle when it comes to helping their children stay safe online. From deciding how much screen-time is 'okay' to how to spot if a child is being groomed, to knowing which online games are unsuitable to how to report concerns about social media, many parents are unsure, lack confidence and are desperate for some guidance. Providing that help can be time-consuming and daunting for a school but there are some things that you can do that are quick and easy and will provide peace of mind for both you and your parents.
1) Internet Matters should be everyone's go-to place for straight forward practical advice about helping children and their parents stay safe online. Share the link ww.internetmatters.org with parents so that they can learn about online safety at their own pace.
2) Check out Internet Matter's Parent Pack which contains three separate presentations on; cyberbullying, bullying and a more generic presentation on keeping safe online parents Evening
4)Attend our Online Safety Leaders' Day on 16th May and improve your own knowledge of online safety Find out more here