Vodafone Digital Parenting Magazine
Digital Parenting magazine has helped millions of families get to grips with the digital world.
You can read all the latest online issues (see below) and the print version is available for free to schools and other organisations that work with young people. Go to the Parent Zone website to find out how to order copies of the latest issue.
You can also see previous issues of the magazine (PDFs) by clicking on the front cover images to the right or read online.
Parent Zone is devoted to providing expert information to families and schools. Parent Zone find, curate and check the best available information on all of the issues that are caused or amplified by the internet.
The Parent Zone mission:
To improve outcomes for children in a digital world.
- Children will be safer online.
- Children will be resilient enough to cope with the challenges of the online world.
- Children will be educated for a digital future.
To work with the people and organisations that can deliver those outcomes:
Child Exploitation and Online Protection command. In CEOP you will find people and partners from a whole range of organisations - including the NSPCC - all working together to help protect young people wherever they may be.
- If you're worried about online abuse or the way someone has been communicating online, let CEOP know.
- One of our experienced Child Protection Advisors will be there to make sure you get the help that you need.
- Online abuse affects many children and young people every day, CEOP has helped thousands of people in need of support.
Has something happened online that has made you feel worried or unsafe?
Make a report to one of CEOP's Child Protection Advisors.
O2 & NSPCC
Free parents helpline- Whether you want to set up parental controls, adjust privacy settings or get advice on social networks, experts from the free O2 & NSPCC helpline are there to help 0808 800 5002
Think U Know
The following link from Think U Know is about reporting to social media sites, it also has direct links to the report centres such as snapchat, facebook, Instagram and many more.
How to guides for all the main apps/games/sites used by children and young people. https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/parents/Support-tools/How-to-guides/ The snapchat guide has been updated to include “Snap Maps” Orhttps://www.net-aware.org.uk/
The NSPCC website also has lots of useful information on it, including an easy read guide to parental controls;https://www.nspcc.org.uk/preventing-abuse/keeping-children-safe/online-safety/parental-controls/ and talking to your child about keeping safe online https://www.nspcc.org.uk/preventing-abuse/keeping-children-safe/online-safety/talking-your-child-staying-safe-online/
Internet Watching Foundation
Internet watch foundation; you can anonymously report child sexual abuse content, Criminally obscene adult content and Non-photographic child sexual abuse images, where they will be removed. https://www.iwf.org.uk/