It’s vitally important to teach Internet safety at KS2 to keep children safe. Whenever children are online, they’re at risk from unsuitable content, accidentally disclosing their personal data, illegal downloads, file sharing, spyware, viruses, inappropriate advances and cyberbullying. Here are some useful websites for parents to support their children online.
Parent Zone sits at the heart of modern family life, providing advice knowledge and support, to shape the best possible future for children, as they embrace the online world. Google and Parent Zone are running a series of live drop-ins about the digital world. These Youtube sessions provide valuable guidance to support parents. Click here to access them.
Meet Ollee, a virtual friend developed by Parent Zone and funded by BBC Children in Need’s A Million & Me.
Be Internet Legends is an educational programme that empowers young people to be safer and more confident explorers of the online world.
Join the Legends Family in this short, animated series as they go on a journey to Interland.
Tina Daheley investigates whether TikTok, the social media sensation of lockdown, is safe for the millions of young people who have signed up.
Your guide to apps, games and social media sites – including TikTok, Roblox and Disney+.