Organisations Who Can Help

NSPCCThe UK’s leading charity, specialising in child protection and the prevention of cruelty to children.
Child-lineHelps anyone under 19 in the UK with an issue big or small.
Action For ChildrenHelp children through fostering/adoption & by intervening early to stop neglect and abuse. Make life better for children with a disability.
MencapSupport those with learning disabilities to know what information should be shared online & to protect yourself/personal data.
The Children’s SocietyHelp children/young people scared or unable to cope, work on how to tackle problems.
UnicefAssists mothers & children in danger.
National Childrens Bureau For every child to get the best start in life to help build for the future.
PSNI Cyber-Crime Unit

Useful Resources

Esafety Toolkit for Early Years settings

The toolkit is designed to be used by any setting providing services for the early years age group (birth –5 years); however as good practice it can be applied to any organisation working with children.

Early Years Toolkit

This page provides a number of free resources for teachers, educators, and schools to access and download:

5 Rights Framework

5Rights takes the existing rights of children and young people (under 18), and articulates them for the digital world. Young people should be supported to access digital technologies creatively, knowledgeably and fearlessly.


Parent’s Guide to Children & E-Safety

This guide provides parents and carer’s with practical advice and activities to support them to keep their children safe online. It covers a range of ideas for dealing with online risks and has contact details for other support agencies and information the services they offer.

Learning Disabilities, Autism and

Internet Safety:

This guide outlines some suggestions to help parents limit the risk of their child having negative experiences online and understand what action can be taken if they do. This guide also suggests some resources that will help children get the most out of the Internet at home and in the community.

What is CSE?

Learn about child sexual exploitation, the forms it takes and children who are at risk. It is an excellent resource for anyone wanting to understand more clearly what CSE is, and the forms it takes and how common it is.

Safe surfing for those with learning disabilities

The internet is useful in many ways, however sometimes there can be risks and dangers, such as stolen personal data and cyber bullying. People with a learning disability are especially at risk of being hurt, so to tackle this, the SafeSurfing project created its own internet safety training. These training modules can be downloaded from the link below.

Staying safe online, gaming, chatrooms, phones, email.

Childnet International, is a non-profit organisation working with others to help make the internet a great and safe place for children. This site contains tips and advice for how to keep children and young people safe online. It covers many forms of online activities including gaming, chatrooms and phones.

Partnership with BT

The internet is a fantastic place for children to learn, create and have fun, but they may occasionally have to deal with a variety of sometimes challenging issues.

These might include cyberbullying, pressure to take part in sexting, encouragement to self-harm, viewing pornography, along with various others. But there are positive things you can do to equip yourself and your child, and support them in resolving any issue they may face.

A guide to Fortnite

Here is a guide to help you understand one of the most popular online games today.  This guide covers aspects of gameplay, privacy settings and a jargon buster to help you understand potential risks of using the game and how to keep yourself and others safe when enjoying it online.

Connect with your kids