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This year's Safer Internet Day focuses on encouraging conversations with children and young people around safe use of the internet and technology.
We hope you find these materials useful, and they help your children to understand how they can find reliable, safe and trustworthy online content.
OFCOM for some online worksheets for children aged 3 to 15, supporting parents to prompt important discussions about being safe online.
Childnet for advice, tips and activity resources you can use with children from ages 3 to 18.
There are also lesson plans and activity resources which includes information on cyberbullying, safe social networking and sexting.
UK Safer Internet Centre provides games, quizzes and advice to help children use the internet safely and responsibly for:
Download some activity sheets for children aged 9 to 11:
ThinkUKnow is a great source of information for parents and carers wanting advice on how to start the conversation about online safety with their children and the safety tools available.
Information is aimed at both primary and secondary school aged children, with key online safety advice and links to resources and support services.
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