Online safety resources

We've created colouring in sheets, an online safety booklet, family agreement and a word search to help kick start your online safety conversations.

Scroll down to find these resources in eight new languages.

Start a conversation with our colouring in sheets

We know it can be difficult sometimes to talk to kids about online safety. These colouring in sheets (one city scene and one countryside) can help start a conversation with your child. Use the colouring in time to talk about what your child likes doing online, as well as how to stay safe. 

Be in the know with our online safety booklet

Our handy online safety booklet offers practical, simple guidance on the risks your child might face online, some advice about what you can do to keep them safe, and where you can go for more help and support.   

Create new rules with a family agreement

Agreeing what you and your child do online is a great way to start the conversation about online safety. That’s why we’ve created a simple family online agreement for you and your child to use. Together, you can decide what’s good to do online and what you should look out for.

You can download and edit the agreement on your device without having to print it off.

Once you’re both happy, save it somewhere you can both see or set it as the background on your family device as a reminder. Make sure to come back to it regularly to see if it’s still working.


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Learn about their favourite apps with our word search

Our word search is the perfect way to start a conversation with your child about online safety. Print it off, grab a pen and use the words as prompts for your chat. From privacy and settings to Roblox and Reddit, you won’t be lost for words. 

Please note the word search is currently only available to download in English.

 

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