Keeping Children Safe

Keeping Children Safe

Leaving Your Child Home Alone - Advice NSPCC

Please click here for advice regarding leaving your child home alone

Information and guidance for KS1 and KS2 on keeping safe online

The Linolnshire Safeguarding Children Partnership (LSCP) have compiled two factsheets with information of where  parents can access activities and resources from Foundation age up to KS2. Please click on the links below to review them.

Please click here to access information for Key Stage Two  children

Please click here to access information for EYFS and Key Stage One children

Keeping Safe Online

Please click here for Advice on Talking to your child about Online Sexual Harassment

Please click here for a Virtual College guide to keeping children safe online

Please click here for advice on Parental Controls: A brief introduction

Please click here for information about online bullying

Please click here for information about peer pressure

Please click here for information about PEGI ratings

Please click here for information about Tik Tok privacy settings

Please click here for information about Omegle

Useful Links

Inappropriate Content Online Advice for Parents

Please click here for some practical steps parents and carers can follow.

E learning for parents - 'keep them safe' by parents against child sexual exploitation

Please click here to access an e-learning course from Parents against child sexual exploitation (Pace).

This 30-minute e-learning gives parents the knowledge and information to confidently recognise and tackle this abuse.

Calm Zone

Please click here to access Childline's online toolbox, Calm Zone.



The Lincolnshire Safeguarding Children Board

Please click here for information from the Lincolnshire Safeguarding Children Board    

View the LSCB You Tube channel for more online information.

Lincolnshire Safeguarding Children Board - E-Safety Information


Thinkuknow is the education programme from CEOP, a UK organisation which protects children both online and offline.To explore one of the six Thinkuknow websites, click here.

Parent Info

  Please clcik on the link to access Information to help children and young people stay safe online


Please click on the link for free help and advice; A free help and advice service about internet safety for everyone.

 Click here to access the NSPCC website for any further infomation you may require.

Please click here to download a copy of "Share Aware" Guidance for parents 

Do you know about the apps your child might be using?  Click on the links below for further information.