eSafety at Home

Whether it’s on a tablet, smartphone, games console or computer, most children will spend most of their online time at home, so it’s really important they can manage e-safety themselves.  Adults at home can help by:

  • monitoring how long your children spend online
  • talking to your children about their online activities
  • knowing how to set up parental locks on any device that can get online


The NSPCC (sponsored by O2) have a website for parents with advice on how young people use the internet and some guidance on managing use at home - and in particular on talking about the risks as well as the positives of using the internet with children.

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