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How you can keep your under 7s safe online
It is more than likely that the under 7s you work with are spending a significant amount of their life online watching videos, gaming, and connecting with friends. Take a look at the following resources designed to help you develop an effective approach to educating your 4-7s on how to navigate their online world safely.
Screen time: should we be worried?
There have long been claims that children are harmed by excessive screen time, often suggesting a causal link with outcomes including obesity, mental health issues, and low educational attainment. However, the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health suggests otherwise. Read more about how you can help the young people you work with to balance their time online and offline more effectively.
How you can keep young people safer online over the Christmas period ... and beyond!
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.
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.
The Dark Web: what is it and why do people use it?
Adults may be concerned about young people visiting the 'Dark Web', especially as press reports often link them with dangerous or illegal online activity. Being aware of the basic facts about these parts of the internet can help you give realistic and honest support to young people if you're concerned they are using them. Here's a short explainer on the 'Dark Web', how it can be accessed and what are the risks.
Computer skills for the future
At CEOP we often hear from adults who feel concerned that young people may become involved in using the dark web, hacking or other types of ‘cybercrime’. This blog looks at how we can support young people who have an interest in coding and computing to learn positive skills in a safe environment for the future.