Is your family cyber?

Is your family cyber secure?

We share some of the top cyber security issues that both children and adults should be aware of – and provide useful tips to follow and stay safe online

cyber bullying

Online peer pressure and cyber bullying

Eleanor Levy, editor of Parent Info, the online advice and information service for schools, gives her strategies for dealing with negative online influences

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Talk PANTS to prevent online abuse

Having a conversation about online sexual abuse will never be easy, but the NSPCC’s PANTS rule is a great way to start. These tips can help you get to grips with the approach

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Online safety for special needs children

The internet presents different challenges for children with autism or learning disabilities. UK charity Cerebra shares its list of the pros and cons

7 ways to manage children's screen time

7 ways to manage your child’s screen time

Professor Lydia Plowman, chair of education and technology at the University of Edinburgh and a contributor to CBeebies, provides a handy guide for parents

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Online controls for children of all ages

Internet Matters, a not-for-profit organisation, shares its strategies to ensure a safe and happy digital experience for children of all ages – from toddlers to teens

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How to be a digital role model

Dr Fiona Pienaar, director of clinical services at children’s mental health charity Place2Be, explains how your own behaviour can support your child in the digital age

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Teaching your child digital resilience

Vicki Shotbolt, CEO of Parent Zone and executive board member of the UK Council for Child Internet Safety, explains how to teach your children to navigate the internet safely