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Free to be me: exploring identity online

This pack, produced for Safer Internet Day 2020, encourages young people to explore identity online, and how the internet shapes the way that they think of themselves and others. This Safer Internet Day, celebrate difference online and help us work towards creating a truly inclusive internet.

E-Safety resources and advice for parents

 The internet is forever growing and changing, it is paramount that we educate our children to be safe and respectful when online.

Now the adults work together to keep children safe. click here

Helping parents keep their children safe online. click here

Keep your children safe. click here


Welcome parents and carers! click here

Screen Time and Healthy Balance Quick Activities. click here



Keeping children safe

Find out how you can keep children safe from abuse and other dangers, both online and in the physical world. click here

Welcome to a dedicated area for parents

Here, you can discover all our resources for families, to help them meet the challenges of the digital age.

From internet safety magazines and online training, to parent guides on the latest digital trends and platforms, you can find advice and support here.

Parent Zone founder and CEO Vicki Shotbolt is the official parent representative on the UK Council for Internet Safety and we put the needs of families, children and young people, at the heart of everything we do.

Online safety

The Children’s Commissioner for England and Tes have produced simplified terms and conditions for Instagram, WhatsApp, YouTube, Snapchat and Facebook to help parents and carers support their children to manage their rights and privacy online. 

Further information: Young peoples’ rights on social media (PDF)