May 18, 2011

Preventing child abuse takes leadership, accountability and culture change. It means listening to children and transforming the entire mission of your organisation to put their rights, safety and dignity at the heart of every decision. So make sure your organisation is doing all it can to keep children safe: complete our free online self-assessment today. Keeping children safe; Online safety advice; Help and support. Find support; For friends and family; Get help from the police; Legal help; Collecting evidence; Get help in your language; Video library; Your stories. Alison; Lin; Bella; Sam; Alicia; Rose; Training for frontline workers; Orderable resources; How to. Remove images, posts or other For younger children, tools such as parental controls, including safe search, can help keep online experiences positive. Be cautious of free online educational resources. Your child should never have to provide a photo or their full name to use these resources. So, whether it's working or communicating online, children should feel safe and comfortable. Below are age-appropriate resources to assist children and young people.. Kindergarten to Year 2 students ‘ICT tools help me to learn, create and to communicate. I know which tools are safe for me to use’. Resources that help me to know what is safe: Hello and welcome to Gifted Geek’s 2018 guide to keeping children safe online. My name is Claire Meyer. I created this guide specifically for parents that are somewhat daunted by tech and the ever-changing complexities of the internet. Which is why we need a measured approach to keeping our children safe when they’re online. So what’s changed? Until relatively recently, most homes had a family computer, on which parents could safely introduce their children to the internet, keep an eye on what they were doing and introduce a degree of monitoring and control using parental software.

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May 18, 2011

Kids, the Internet & COVID-19: How to keep our children safe online ‹ Back Let's face it: with self-isolation measures to curb the spread of COVID-19, our children are spending more time than ever online.

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