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How to stay safe online

When you are online it can be fun but things can go wrong so it is important to stay safe.

Some of the thing’s that can go wrong include sharing personal details that should be kept private, posting images that you wish you hadn’t, or being bullied online by someone.

Concerned and need to talk to someone?

If you feel frightened or worried about anything whilst you are online, you should report it as you have a right to be safe. Speak to an adult you trust such as a parent or teacher or contact the NSPCC

The ThinkUKnow website has information on all the internet sites you like to visit, stuff about your mobile and  new technology.  There is a place which anyone can use to report if they feel uncomfortable or worried about someone they are chatting to online.

This is an internet safety programme website for schools, young people, parents and agencies made by the children’s internet charity Childnet  International.

We know that seeing images and videos of child sexual abuse can be upsetting. We want you to know that by reporting to us you are doing the right thing.

Your report could lead to the rescue of a young victim from further abuse.

Reporting is quick and easy and you can report completely anonymously. But if you’d like to find out what happened to your report at a later date, we’ll need your email address so we know how to contact you.

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