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Online e-safety useful links and information

Online Safety Links for Educators and Parents/Carers
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The following links are for educational settings to explore and share as appropriate, with their communities. These sites may have leaflets, posters and other resources to share with children, parents and carers.

Please note that this list is not exhaustive and content will be updated regularly. If you think a useful site or resource is missing or if a link is broken, please contact: esafetyofficer@kent.gov.uk.

These links will take you outside of the website. We make reasonable efforts to make sure the content available on linked websites is not defamatory or offensive. Inclusion of any link does not imply endorsement or approval by KCC of the linked website, its operator or its content nor is KCC responsible for the content of any website or web page outside of the website.

National Agencies, Helplines and Reporting Tools

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Links for Educational Settings
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Kent guidance

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General

Online safety resources from other authorities/grids

Professional Practice Resources 
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The following links include useful resources for DSLs to use and/or share with staff. Additional resources for Kent DSLs to use with staff are available via the Education Safeguarding Team.

Useful links for parents and carers
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The following content will be helpful to share with parents and carers. They may contain helpful preventative resources, useful guides and leaflets for families as well as advice for dealing with specific issues and concerns.

Review Sites and Social Media Guides

Parental Controls

Digital Parenting Magazines - Vodafone/Parent Zone

Gaming and online video content

Links for Foster Carers and Adoptive parents - New

Resources to support parents/carers dealing with concerns
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  • Parent's Protect and Lucy Faithfull: What's the problem? (PDF) - Family action planning tool - covers children accessing adult content, 'sexting' and downloading indecent images.