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We also produce free #SaferInternetGuides to educate parents, carers, teachers, and all those in safeguarding roles on the possible concerns of various internet platforms and software. All guides are available as A4 and A3 posters (JPG & PDF), as well as social media tiles. Contact us to further discuss ways we can help you ensure your children are safe online, or to request topics for further guides - sam@childsafevpn.co.uk

We also produce free #SaferInternetGuides to educate parents, carers, teachers, and all those in safeguarding roles on the possible concerns of various internet platforms and software. All guides are available as A4 and A3 posters (JPG & PDF), as well as social media tiles. Contact us to further discuss ways we can help you ensure your children are safe online, or to request topics for further guides - sam@childsafevpn.co.uk
Cyberbullying - Online Safety Guide
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Cyberbullying - Online Safety Guide

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Cyberbullying is a constant issue that children face online. There are many different methods that bullies utilise, and our guide looks at the prevalence, types and how it differs from traditional bullying . *ChildSafeVPN has produced a range of Safer Internet Guides for parents, teachers, carers, and all those in safeguarding roles. All guides are made in partnership with the Police Digital Security Centre (PDSC).* *These guides can be displayed in school, given to parents, used to structure e-safety lessons, and more.* *All guides are available as A4 and A3 posters (JPG & PDF), as well as social media tiles. Please contact for social media tiles.* Contact us to further discuss ways we can help you ensure your children are safe online, or to request topics for further guides - sam@childsafevpn.co.uk
Chat Apps - Online Safety Guide
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Chat Apps - Online Safety Guide

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With the current situation keeping us inside, people of all ages are looking for different ways to stay in contact with loved ones. There are, however, some potential risks to children associated with these popular platforms. Take a look at our Chat Apps Safer Internet Guide for information on features that you may not be aware of. It’s vitally important to 'Stay Home, Stay Safe, but also to ensure your children are safe online. *ChildSafeVPN has produced a range of Safer Internet Guides for parents, teachers, carers, and all those in safeguarding roles. All guides are made in partnership with the Police Digital Security Centre (PDSC).* *These guides can be displayed in school, given to parents, used to structure e-safety lessons, and more.* *All guides are available as A4 and A3 posters (JPG & PDF), as well as social media tiles. Please contact for social media tiles.* Contact us to further discuss ways we can help you ensure your children are safe online, or to request topics for further guides - sam@childsafevpn.co.uk
Coronavirus - Online Safety Guide Pack
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Coronavirus - Online Safety Guide Pack

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Globally, we have all been affected by this pandemic in one way or another. Many of us are finding our mental health is suffering as a result of the numerous worries brought about by this crisis. It’s sometimes easy to forget that children are also affected by major events. Unlike us adults, however, they lack understanding to fully comprehend situations, and how they may be affected. This can cause a great deal of anxiety, and it can be difficult for children to express their feelings successfully. There have also been many reports of online scams arising in response to the current pandemic. This set of #SaferInternetGuides includes: Coronavirus Advice Talking to Children About Current Events Coronavirus - Taking Care of Your Mental Health Share Scams Communicating Via Video Keeping Safe During Uncertain Times Remote Learning - Teacher Guide Protecting Yourself From Coronavirus Many of these also include shareable YouTube videos (set to safe mode - no comments allowed) *ChildSafeVPN has produced a range of Safer Internet Guides for parents, teachers, carers, and all those in safeguarding roles. All guides are made in partnership with the Police Digital Security Centre (PDSC).* *These guides can be displayed in school, given to parents, used to structure e-safety lessons, and more.* *All guides are available as A4 and A3 posters (JPG & PDF), as well as social media tiles. Please contact for social media tiles.* Contact us to further discuss ways we can help you ensure your children are safe online, or to request topics for further guides - sam@childsafevpn.co.uk