View the links below to learn about keeping safe on the internet
Remember to be SMART!
Safe - Keep your personal information safe by not giving it out to strangers, and ask an adult to help you register for websites.
Meeting - Don't meet up with people you've made friends with through the internet or your mobile phone, if you really want to, take your parent or carer, NEVER go alone.
Accept - Never accept e-mails from people you don't know. Don't open any attachments as they may contain viruses.
Reliable - People may use a made up character so ask yourself, 'is this person reliable?' and 'can I trust them?' Is the website well run and is the information it gives likely to be correct?
Tell - Tell your parent or carer if you feel uncomfortable about anything you see or read on the Internet, they will then be able to help you.
- Educates about important safety issues online while engaging children through activities, interactive games and videos.
- Guide for parents, carers and teachers about social networking sites.
Childnet is a children’s charity, established in 1995, with the mission to help make the internet a great and safe place for children.
Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre
CEOP delivers a multi-agency service dedicated to tackling the exploitation of children.