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Parents keep your children safe online and on devices and games this Christmas

Below are the links from our Facebook Live session for parents on 16/12/2019 to help parents keep children safe at Christmas online and on new devices. Doesn’t matter if you miss it – you can watch again (and share it) as soon as the event is finished on Facebook via the same link.

Roblox video for parents with LGfL and Laura from Roblox on settings, controls and ‘What is Roblox?’

The Roblox links she mentioned were this section on their website for parents and this Facebook group

Internet Matters parental control settings guides (for devices, platforms, social media, etc)

Similar parent settings guides from Common Sense Media ( with more narrative text and also monitoring and control apps)

The two X Box links we saw (IM / CSM)

Snapchat safety centre / pdf parent guide

Statistics poster – why it’s worth having ‘that chat’

Internet Matters ipad app

NSPCC O2 Parents v Kids quiz app

Will Ferrel video

When I grow up I want to be an iphone poster

BBC Own It app …and site… and Kids Explain series

Age raings on games / PEGI

CEOP’s Nude Selfies videos

Netaware from NSPCC for finding out about apps

The Good App Guide

Real books to show: Online Zoo and Goldilocks

Talking to children about terrorism

Jessie & Friends video (funny feeling in my tummy)


Undressed poster campaign

Pornography guides (talking to children about porn)

Screentime links/guides

Sharenting video from the BBC (do you sharent?)


General online safety advice helpline from the NSPCC/O2 online here or on 0808 800 5002

 If you’re worried about a police matter, call the police

If it’s an adult approaching a child online then CEOP from the National Crime Agency is what you need.

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