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CEOP

CEOP helps any child or young person under the age of 18 who is being pressured, forced or tricked into taking part in sexual activity of any kind. You can visit the CEOP Safety Centre for information and advice and make a report directly to CEOP.

Covid 19 Online Learning - Staying Safe

During these exceptional times, when children are required to stay home and complete significantly more online activity, we would ask that parents are increasingly vigilant with their children to online safety.  Please see the guide attached which is specific to helping your child stay safe on our DB platform.  The whistle icon on the platform is also designed to allow the children to report safeguarding issues immediately.  We would also ask that you utilise the support material below which we regularly update.  

Additionally, Thinkuknow is the education programme from NCA-CEOP, a UK organisation which protects children both online and offline.  They have produced some home activity packs which can be downloaded using the following link https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/parents/Support-tools/home-activity-worksheets/

E-Safety Support

Below you will find the most up to date guides for social media apps and games. The guides provide information and advice on how to keep children save online. They also state the PEGI ratings for the different apps and suggest how you can set up privacy settings to ensure your child is safe online at all times.

Where can Parents go to report hateful or illegal online content?

Click on the 'Parentzone heading' below to find out.

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Online Guide for Parents

This document provides practical tips to help minimise the risks your child might face when online. It encourages you to keep talking to children and to stay involved. 

The guide provides a range of useful websites that provide further advice and tips about keeping children safe online. 

 

CEOP – Nude  Selfies
This is film 4 of 4 from the NCA-CEOP Command's Thinkuknow education programme's new resource called 'Nude Selfies- What parents and carers need to know'. Film 4 helps parents and carers learn about how to get help and support if their child shares nude or nearly nude images.
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