www.thinkuknow.co.uk – CEOP’s one-stop shop for internet safety. Has a section for teachers and trainers to access free resources

www.digital-literacy.org.uk – The South West Grid for Learning (SWGfL) have created this collection of resources to teach digital literacy to all age groups

www.childnet.com – Produce videos and resources for children, young people, parents and professionals. Includes resources for younger age groups such as Smartie the Penguin and Digi Duck

www.saferinternet.org.uk – Provides information on internet safety for all age groups, as well as for parents and professionals. Safer Internet Day information can be found here

www.internetmatters.org  – A site dedicated to helping parents keep their children safe online. Includes guidance on how to set up parental controls

www.netaware.com – NSPCC run site which helps parents understand the latest technology and apps used by children and young people

Support

www.childline.org.uk – Offers and online and phone based counselling and support service. Will not appear on phone bills and is a Freephone number – 0800 1111

www.kooth.com – An anonymous online counselling service for young people in Lincolnshire

www.iwf.org.uk – The Internet Watch Foundation is an internet industry funded body who seek to remove images of child abuse from the internet

www.samaritans.org – Samaritans offer a safe place to talk and is available for anyone to contact, either through their website or by phone on 116 123

If you are suspicious or have any concerns that a Child is suffering or is likely to suffer ‘Significant Harm’, including any form of mistreatment or abuse, please call the Customer Service Centre (CSC) on 01522 782111

If you have concerns about the immediate safety of a child, you can call Lincolnshire Police on 101 or, in an emergency, dial 999

CEOP also offer an online ‘Report Abuse’ button which can be accessed at www.thinkuknow.co.uk