Dudley Foster carers can find out more information about internet safety by
Useful Web Sites
These resources help young people, parents and carers and teachers to learn about the risks that young people may encounter whilst using the internet. Developed by the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP) the Thinkuknow web site also includes a facility for young people to report online abuse.
This web site provides a range of resources to help children and young people to use the internet constructively and to protect children from being exploited in the online environments provided by new technologies.
It includes comprehensive advice for young people, parents, teachers and carers about Internet and mobile safety in the form of downloadable leaflets and interactive activities.
The BBC web site has a number of useful resources:
Internet safety advice for parents and carers.
Child friendly activities and resources for school age children. Get advice from Tracy Beaker and characters from the Horrible Histories, help keep Dodge the dog safe by taking part in an e-safety quiz, see videos and songs about e-safety, cyberbullying and more
A guide to using the internet Safety. Includes links to other useful web sites.
This site has straightforward information and advice about the various online activities that young people get involved in.
Chatdanger hosts a range of practical and interactive resources highlighting the key issues of internet safety. It also has links to many other useful internet safety sites.
The Digizen site has been set up by Childnet International to help tackle online bullying or cyber bullying. It contains advice for young people and parents/carers on social networking and cyberbullying. The film "Lets Fight it Together" is particularly powerful.
The NetSmartz Workshop is an interactive, educational safety resource to teach kids and teens how to stay safer on the Internet. NetSmartz combines the newest technologies available and the most current information to create high-impact educational activities that are well received by even the most tech-savvy kids.