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Online safety and useful websites

Safeguarding Sheffield Children

Safeguarding Sheffield Children “We all have a statutory responsibility to safeguard and promote the welfare of children and young people. Sheffield Safeguarding Children Board (SSCB) has developed this website to provide easily accessible and up-to-date safeguarding information for professionals, and for children, young people, families and members of the public. “


Childline is open 24 hours a day, every day of the year. Call 0800 1111. Counsellors listen and give children and young people the support they need. On the phone, online, anytime. It’s the only service of its kind in the UK



Safer Internet

Safer Internet work in partnership with others around the world to help make the Internet a great and safe place for children. Working with children, young people, parents, carers, teachers and professionals yo find out about real experiences online and the positive things being done as well as sharing safety advice.

Think U Know

Thinkuknow is the education programme from NCA-CEOP, a UK organisation which protects children both online and offline. They have age specific information, help and advice on staying safe.

Our #OnlineSafetyAtHome packs are available for parents and carers to use at home. These include fun activities, conversation starters and practical tips.

Internet Matters

Internet matters works to empower parents and carers to keep children safe in the digital world.

Lucy Faithful Foundation

 Lucy Faithfull Foundation – A child protection charity that provides help and advice  about children being online.

Bullying UK - bullying advice

Offer family support services through the Bullying UK helpline, they also work in many different areas and offer tailored support around issues such as bullyingspecial educational needs, and support for specific communities. 

New guide about Online sexual harassment

The Children’s Commissioner has launched a guide for parents and carers on online sexual harassment and how they can support children to stay safe online.

“The things I wish my parents had known” draws together advice from 16 to 21 year olds on how parents should manage tricky conversations around sexual harassment and access to inappropriate content, including pornography.