For families: #OnlineSafetyAtHome packs
ThinkUKnow’s #OnlineSafetyAtHome packs are still available for you to share with parents and carers to use at home. These include fun activities, conversation starters and practical tips on topics such as:
- Sharing images
- Watching videos
- Live streaming
- Cyber security (developed in partnership with the National Cyber Security Centre)
Quick activities for use in your setting: online safety toolkits
Finding time for education on online safety and relationships can be tricky at the moment. ThinkUKnow’s online safety toolkits contain short activities (based on our #OnlineSafetyAtHome packs) that you can use with children and young people in your education setting.
They explore healthy and unhealthy behaviours within online friendships and relationships, how to respond to it, and how to get help from a trusted adult if they need it.
Cyber security tips for you and resources for your setting
Take a look at ThinkUKnow’s new short guide for:
- 6 Cyber Aware steps you can take to practice good cyber hygiene at home and at work
- Thinkuknow resources that provide learning opportunities around the importance of protecting data and keeping it private
Band Runner: our fun educational game for 8 to 10s
Consolidate children’s knowledge of the risks they may encounter online and how they can stay safer with Band Runner, this fun interactive game for 8 to 10s.
Based on ThinkUKnow’s Play Like Share series, you can use this game in your education setting or share with parents to play with their child at home. Download their guidance pack and parent helpsheet for further information on how to do this.