Being online can be fun but sometimes you may see something that makes you feel worried or sad.
If that happens, tell an adult you trust and they can help.
This could be:
- Your dad, mum or carer
- Another family member
- Your teacher or another adult at school
- Another grown up who looks after you
Here are some useful links with information to help you stay safe online:
Thinkyou know is an education programme from the National Crime Agency. It aims to ensure that Parents/Carers, children and professionals who work with them have access to practical information on internet safety.
Engaging online safety stories for young children.
Interland is an online adventure that teaches the key lessons of internet safety through four fun, challenging games. Play your way to being an internet legend.
Click CEOP button
This logo/button can be found on many social networking sites. Clicking on the logo will take you to the CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection centre). Here you can report any behaviour that has made you feel worried or unsafe. Alternatively if you do not see the logo the direct link is: