Our children are spending more time and more time online and while the internet is a great way for children to learn and keep in touch, we want to be sure they know how to stay safe. 

Below you will find various resources and websites offering guidance on how to keep children safe online, how to establish positive online behaviour and also advice on how to cope through the pandemic.

Safer Schools NI

Safer Schools Northern Ireland - Ineqe Safeguarding Group

The Department for Education has provided the Safer Schools App to allow professionals, parents and children and young people to access resources and key information to stay safer online.

Internet Matters

Internet Matters - YouTube

Internet Matters contains useful information about risks, internet safety and how parents can help protect children and young people online. Their simple and practical advice outlines the steps you can take as a parent to keep them as safe as possible.


File:NSPCC official logo.svg - Wikimedia Commons

The NSPCC offers tips and advice for parents and carers to help support children through this difficult time. Covering topics such as online safety and working from home.

Common Sense Media

Common Sense Media - Wikipedia

Common Sense Media offers to help kids maximize the Internet's benefits while minimizing the risks. Offering research, tips and tools on what really keeps kids safe online.

Parent Zone

Home | Parent Zone

Parent Zone offers a selection of articles to help navigate parenting during the pandemic.


ThinkUKnow - Wikipedia

Check out the Thinkuknow website for sensible ways on how to support your child when using technology and the internet.


About Project deSHAME - Childnet

Childnet teaches children and adults about the internet and being a SMART surfer.