CEOP – Online Safety

Last week, we told you that we’re working hard to create a package to help you to support children and their families over the coming weeks and months. It is with great pleasure that today, we are launching #OnlineSafetyAtHome
You will receive a fortnightly #OnlineSafetyAtHome email with new home activity packs to share with parents and carers. Each pack will contain simple 15-minute activities parents can do at home with their child using our Thinkuknow resources.
Download your first pack for:

  • 4-5s
  • 5-7s
  • 8-10s
  • 11-13s
  • 14+
Download
Share your views to help us develop our offer
We want to make sure that our support package meets your needs. We will be adapting our plans based on what you tell us.
Help us to better understand how you share content with parents and the issues you’re facing by taking our short 5-minute survey:
Take the survey
More support for parents and carers
Share our new parents and carers article and downloadable helpsheets to help them support their child online while they are at home.
These set out things they can do to help keep their child safe and signpost to key resources and organisations.
Embed Parent Info in your website
Help to make support and advice for parents and carers on digital family life accessible by embedding Parent Info, a free newsfeed service, in your website.
New articles to help families through social distancing will be published regularly in the coming weeks and months.
Take a look at Parent Info’s latest article on looking after your family’s mental health when you’re stuck indoors.
We will be using #OnlineSafetyAtHome to highlight other new Thinkuknow content, so in-between emails, please check out our Twitter and Facebook.
For any further advice or to share feedback on our new packs, get in touch with us at ceopeducation@nca.gov.uk.
Best wishes,

CEOP Education Team