No doubt you'll be working with a young person who has asked for some form of technology that links to the internet for Christmas. Here are four steps you can take to make sure that young people are safer online over Christmas and beyond.
New! Band Runner game and website for 8-10 year olds
Band Runner is an exciting interactive game, hosted within a new Thinkuknow website, which aims to help 8-10 year olds learn how to stay safe from the risks they might encounter online.Find out more!
The Resource Library enables you to search and view Thinkuknow resources by category and age range.
How you can keep young people safer online over the Christmas period ... and beyond!
Digital Families 2018: Responding to the risks of live streaming
Marie Smith, Head of Education at CEOP (National Crime Agency) will be speaking at Digital Families 2018 on how to support young people to stay safer on popular live streaming platforms.
What is the Dark Web and why do people use it?
The internet has changed in many ways since it first became publicly accessible in the 1990s, and one of the most controversial developments is the growth of the so-called “Dark Web.”
Latest news & events
Guidance for professionals on reporting to CEOP
This guide is to help professionals assess when to report to CEOP via the online Safety Centre, as well as understand the concerns that we can advise on and the detail to include in a report.
Band Runner for 8-10 year olds
Band Runner is an interactive game which aims to help 8-10 year olds learn how to stay safe from the risks they might encounter online. Band Runner is hosted within an informative website providing online safety advice for 8-10 year olds.
#LiveSkills is a package of resources focusing on live streaming. The package includes resources for both primary and secondary aged children, professionals and parents/carers.
Keeping Children Safe Online is a helpful introduction to the risks children face online developed by CEOP and the NSPCC. It is aimed at anyone looking to develop their knowledge.
These free events provide an overview to CEOP’s Thinkuknow education programme. It's run by trained CEOP ambassadors and is aimed at professionals working with children and young people.
Become an Ambassador
Completing the Ambassador course will enable you to train others to deliver Thinkuknow’s education programme. It gives an in depth look into online offending and young people’s use of technology.
Stay informed with legal, policy and research based guidance on how to support young people and prevent child sexual exploitation.
Google and Parent Zone have collaborated on a new Key Stage 2 teaching resource, covering internet safety, for UK primary schools.
These pages provide a list of answers to frequently asked questions about the Thinkuknow education programme.