Inclusive Resources

Internet Matters have produced a range of recommended specialist  guides and resources to support parents and carers with children who may be more at risk of online harms.

Internet Matters advice about to help your child understand the difference between friends and those who may seek to do them harm to ensure they have a safer online experience on social media.

The internet provides young people with lots of opportunities, but unfortunately they can also encounter risks. ThinkUKnow advice on how you can support lesbian, gay, bi, trans or queer young people online.

Childnet have produced these free, adaptable resources covering the important topics of healthy relationships, digital wellbeing and online pornography and are designed to equip and enable educators, parents and carers, to support young people aged 11 and over with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND).

These resources from the UK Safer Internet Centre provide topics and suggestions for starting and having discussions with neurodiverse young people about their online experiences. The films explore the challenges that neurodiverse young people may face online with regards to rigid thinking, discerning who or what is truthful online and situations that can lead to strong emotions.