Cyber Safe Warwickshire
Cyber Safe Warwickshire helps young adults and their parents get the knowledge they need to stay safe online.
Internet Matters has information, advice and resources to help you keep your child safe online. It also contains helpful information and resources for young people with additional needs and their families.
- Internet Matters - more details.
- Supporting children and young people with SEND
- Connecting safely online
Sexting is provided by the NSPCC and gives information on what the law says, why young people may sext, the risks of sexting and how to talk to your child about sexting. There is also sexting advice available for children and links to a Zipit app which provides children with alternative images to send in response to a request for explicit images.
Think U Know
Think U Know is for parents who are concerned about their child’s safety online. There is information and advice on sexual abuse and sexual exploitation, sex, relationships and young people, young people online, for children in care or adopted and for children with additional needs. Clear advice is available on what to do if you have a concern and resources for use with different age groups.
Information from Warwickshire Police on e-safety, internet safety for 8 to 10 years and 11 to 16 years and a cartoon suitable for 5 to 7 years.
Inclusive Digital Safety Resource Centre
The inclusive digital safety resource centre supports parents, carers and professionals working with children and young people who may be more at risk of online harms.
SEND Online Safety Hub
NSPCC have partnered with Ambitious about Autism to bring online safety tips, advice and activities specifically for parents and carers of children and young people with SEND.
Staying safe on social media and online
The Foundation for people with learning disabilities have produced a free guide with tips for people with learning disabilities on how to stay safe in social media and online.