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Our children experience a different type of freedom and opportunity to explore the world and this is down to technology and internet. Many parents would have had an entirely different childhood where greater levels of control and discipline were exercised by their own mother and father, something that is very difficult to achieve for today’s parents, thanks to the wealth of information and access to a wide range of material that is available at just the click of a mouse or press of a button.

We are all now living in a digital age and there are many positive factors for sure, but there are also issues and dilemmas to contend with as parents can rightly be concerned about who and what their children are encountering online, without you being aware.

Dangers are everywhere in cyberspace, from inappropriate websites to cyber bullying and this is why we have put together a parent’s guide to the internet, so that you can be informed and up to date on what your children may have access to online.

Education on internet safety is as an important part of modern childhood and needs to continue as technology evolves, so here is a look at what parents and children need to know together with links to some useful resources.

 

Guidelines for Parents Page 1»

Guidelines for Parents Page 2»

 

 

Useful Websites:

 The “Know it All” interactive resource is available at:

 

 

 

The NSPCC website has useful information on online safety and how to set up parental controls:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                

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