E-safety advice and guidance for schools, parents, and students
Internet Matters – helping parents keep their children safe online
Safe School’s Team E-safety newsletter - summer
Safe School’s Team E-safety newsletter - spring
Safe School’s Team Parents e-safety newsletter - summer
Safe School’s Team Parents e-safety newsletter - spring
Safe Schools Team
Suzy Lamplugh's Internet Safety
E-Safety Adviser Newsletters
www.familylives.org.uk A 24hr Parentline service. Call about any family issues big or small. You can email or speak with parent support workers. They also do Face to Face groups run nationally.
www.nationaldomesticviolencehelpline.org.uk A national service providing support for people experiencing domestic violence.
www.rospa.com The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents
New service for parents and carers called FamilyLine - https://www.family-action.org.uk/
This service provides:
- Immediate and long-term support
- Help with practical information and guidance
- Provides emotional and listening support
- Help with understanding and accessing relevant services and information
- Provide regular one-to-one befriending support to parents feeling isolated
Any parent or carer anywhere from England and Wales can get in touch with the service for free via telephone, text message or email using the below details:
- Opening times: Monday to Friday 6pm-10pm, Saturday and Sunday 10am-1pm.
- Telephone: 0808 802 6666
- Text message: 07537404282
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The partnership work of local organisations to promote the welfare of children and young people.
A directory of all the local services available to families.
Department for Education.
Support and advice for schools and parents / carers on e-safety
Advice to help parents and carers stay in control of safety, no matter the age of your child
NSPCC Advice for parents
A coalition of organisations and individuals working together to stop bullying
An independent organization offering support for anti-bullying
Part of Family Lives, a charity supporting parents and carers
Cyberbullying: Advice for headteachers and school staff
Advice for parents and carers on cyberbullying
Preventing and tackling bullying