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As parents, we do everything we can to keep our children safe. We hold their hand crossing the road. We teach them not to talk to strangers. We do our best every day. But when it comes to online safety, it can be hard to know where to start. The good news is, the steps you can take to keep your child safe online are the same as the ones you use to protect them offline.
Whether your child is taking their first steps into the online world or using it quite a lot, talking to them about navigating the internet safely is one of the most important things you can do to help keep them safer. The more you connect and communicate with them, the more likely they are to understand your concerns. And the more likely they are to come to you if they feel like something isn’t right. Part of those conversations should be about agreeing the rules and boundaries together, so they feel involved and understand that everything you’re doing is to keep them safe.
You can download translated information about online safety here.
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