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Useful Resources for Adults who work with Young People

12 June 2022

iNEQE's safety guide.

Telegram is one of the many messaging apps available that may be more familiar due to bad press instead of good reviews. This online safety article unpacks how this app works, the controversies that surround it, the safety concerns and risks it poses to children and young people and our top tips on staying safe.

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08 June 2022

The new interactive website encourages 4-7s to engage safely online by helping them to recognise worrying, upsetting or scary situations and reinforcing the key message that they should ‘Tell A Grown Up’ in these instances.

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06 June 2022

Internet Matters advice for parents and carers
Give children who identify as LGBTQ+ the tools they need to stay safe and make smarter choices online by using our expert guides. The guides provide advice on the main activities that children do online.

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26 May 2022

The Dark Web Explained has been created by the National Crime Agency in collaboration with The Children's Society and Marie Collins Foundation. This resource has been developed in response to recommendations from professionals and from research which found that many professionals, parents and carers do not understand the Dark Web and feel unequipped to talk to a young person about it should the need arise.

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23 May 2022

Statutory guidance for schools and colleges

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Also

Keeping Children Safe in Education 2022: Online Safety Summary for DSLs and Leaders - By The Education People.

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Also summary briefing by NSPCC here

 

Here 's a useful overview video (11 minutes) by LGFL DigiSafe

 

How to carry out the KCSiE online checks FAQs by Brownejacobson law firm.