#OnlineSafetyAtHome home activity packs

We are pleased to announce the launch of #OnlineSafetyAtHome! We will be releasing 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.

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  • Download our parents helpsheets

    To support parents and carers in keeping their children safe online while they are off school, we have produced two helpsheets with advice and links to Thinkuknow resources they can use at home.

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  • Teaching healthy relationships: 6 resources to help

    For children and young people, being in a brand new romantic relationship or making new friends can be exciting and fun. But whether online or off, it’s not always easy for young people to identify when a relationship has become harmful or abusive. And if they do feel uncomfortable or unsafe, children can find it hard to know how or when to find support. Here are 6 resources you can use with children and young people to explore crucial concepts like consent, healthy and unhealthy behaviours in online and offline contexts, and getting support for themselves or their friends if they need it.

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  • Likes, loves and shares: how we can reduce their impact on wellbeing

    Likes, loves and shares are the currency of social media, determining the popularity of a profile, image, video or status. Read about what you can do to help reduce the impact of the number of likes, loves and shares on young people, and the resources available to support you in doing this. 

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