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Digital Resources for Parents

August 2, 2017

Parenting is not easy and the digital world we live in add to the challenge of keeping children safe. Below are two fantastic resources for parents. Vodafone Guardian app: Vodafone Guardian helps parents to manage their child’s smartphone by providing protection from inappropriate calls, messages and online content and is for any network not just […]

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CEOP Advice – Gaming

July 19, 2017

The internet has changed the way that young people play games. Games can be played against anyone in the world, at any time and for as long as you want. In the past, computer games were something you played against the computer, or friends that came round to your house. They were also something that […]

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CEOP Advice – Using a mobile phone

July 5, 2017

Most young people in secondary school own a mobile phone. The devices themselves are becoming ever more powerful and many offer the same functions you might have on a computer. Many mobile phones can now: Access the internet – this is no different to accessing the internet through a computer. Young people can go on […]

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CEOP Advice – Searching for content

June 21, 2017

With a world of information at their fingertips, it’s easy for young people to actively search for material that might be inappropriate for their age, or stumble across things that might upset or disturb them. The internet can provide young people with unrestricted access to adult material. At an age where they are developing socially […]

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CEOP Advice – Sharing

June 7, 2017

Most sites your child uses will encourage them to share information about themselves with others. This might be: Opinions – such as what they like and don’t like What they are doing Pictures and videos of themselves Information about themselves – such as their name and where they live Videos and music The internet is […]

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CEOP Advice – Talking to People

May 24, 2017

Young people use the internet to talk to others in a number of different ways: emailing, instant messaging, webcam and chat rooms. The online world provides young people with the opportunity to be inquisitive, explore relationships and actively seek risks, such as flirting with people that they don’t know. Chatting online feels different to chatting […]

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