For many of us, we see our online lives and offline lives as different, but children are growing up with technology and the internet and for them there isn’t a difference; online life and offline life is just life.

Technology can move at an extraordinarily fast pace and it can be difficult to know how to start talking about what is going on online.  This concerns who you might be speaking to or discussing the potential risks and issues.

Remember to stay safe online.  Click on the links below to get more information and stay web smart.

‘Think U Know’ website aimed at children in the primary years.



Childnet also have a wealth of resources for pupils and parents with regards to staying safe online and regarding use of digital technologies.  Click the link for more information:



The NSPCC in collaboration with Childline have provided lots of resources to help you stay safe online.

NSPCC Online Safety


How to report something online that you are not comfortable with.

Online Safety Centre