Think You Know
Think You Know is a website you can go to that will help answer your questions and to let you know how to be safe when you are using the internet. You probably use the internet for games or to talk to friends or even to search for information - Think You Know can help you stay safe.
Visit the website at https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/
Report something harmful or dangerous online at https://www.ceop.police.uk/Safety-Centre/
If you feel upset about something, or don't know who to talk to - there is always someone you can speak to at the academy. Outside of school you can talk to a trusted adult or in an emergency phone the police at 999.
You can also talk to any of the organisations listed below to get help for problems you might have at home or at school.
Dos and Don’ts
DO NOT share private information on the internet.
If you are not sure DO check with your parents/carers before you give out information.
DO use the same rules when you surf the internet as you would walking down a street.
NEVER have face-to-face meetings with anyone you only know online.
DO accept friend requests from people you already know if you are friends with them, DO NOT accept friend requests or messages from strangers.
Cyber bullying is when one or more people try to tease, harass, threaten or embarrass another person using technology such as mobile phones or the Internet.
Internet Watch Foundation
The IWF’s vision is the global elimination of child sexual abuse imagery online. They work to make the internet a safer place for all, helping victims of child sexual abuse worldwide by identifying and removing online images and videos of their abuse. Their Hotline offers a safe place for the public to report anonymously.
Report content here: https://report.iwf.org.uk/en