Resources for supporting children through Coronavirus

Keeping safe at home and online

Childnet online safety activities you can do from home

As children spend more time at home and are going to be online more than ever, Childnet have pulled together a list of easy-to-use resources. They are broken up into ages and include quick activities, films and plenty more fun ways to engage your children. From identifying fake news to online bullying – there is plenty for you to use and adapt for your family. 

Advice on home working and home teaching

As we enter the world of remote learning, there are some things that professionals and parents need to know. Now more than ever, online safety is a number one priority so whether you’re a professional now working from home or a family member now taking on the role of ‘educator’, please take a look at this advice from the UK Safer Internet Centre.

Internet Watch Foundation expects increase in reports of online child abuse

Experts are bracing themselves for a spike in public reports of child sexual abuse on the internet as more and more people stay at home during the coronavirus pandemic. The IWF website lets you report criminal content.

Fearless Scotland’s harm and neglect campaign in partnership with Barnardo’s Scotland

Learn their Fearless five signs to spot the signs of harm and neglect and be fearless in speaking up if you know or suspect WHO is responsible for hurting a child or young person.