Staying Safe On-Line

The internet is absolutely amazing! We live in a time where we do so many things on line, keep in touch with friends, keep up to date with relatives who live far away, watch catch-up TV and shopping.  However, there are risks that we all need to be aware of to make sure children and young people like you stay safe on-line.

Through this website, we hope to raise awareness of some of the risks, signpost to some excellent resources and give you ideas on how to keep safe.  To learn more, see below and visit the following pages:

You can find links to other useful documents and websites below.

If you are worried about a friend who you think may be at risk of being exploited or bullied on-line, there is help and guidance available from the Samaritans who have produced a guide in partnership with Facebook – Help a Friend in Need.

Useful leaflets:

Help and Advice:

  • CEOP
    Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) is there to keep children safe from sexual abuse and grooming online.
    This is a place where you can report abuse or any concerns relating to the Internet.
  • Childnet
    Childnet International is a non-profit organisation working with others to “help make the Internet a great and safe place for children”
  • The Cybersmile Foundation
    Cyberbullying charity providing advice and support to anyone being affected by cyberbullying issues.
  • Family Services Directory
  • The Family Services Directory aims to provide information on all services in Redbridge for children, young people, families and practitioners.
  • Think U Know
    The CEOP Centre’s online safety centre, where you will find advice and tips for children, adults and professionals of all ages.