STAY SAFE ONLINE
Content – harm from what they see
Conduct – harm from how they behave
Contact – harm from interactions with others
- Privacy – children are at risk when they make their profiles and personal information open to ‘friends of friends’ and ‘anyone’.
- Online Contact – many children have online contact with people not known to them either through games or social networking.
- Cyberbullying – children can be bullied through apps or online content. BeatBullying website and Cybermentors websites can help.
- Sexual Images – children sometimes stumble upon them or are sent them. Childline can help or for illegal images the Internet Watch Foundation
- Fraud – children sometimes believe everything they see online. Get Safe Online can provide advice on how to use internet safely.
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Information Sourced from: UKCCIS, CEOP, NWG Network, http://www.stmaryshysongreen.com/e-safety.html