Help and advice with keeping you and your family safe and well at home during lockdown 2021.

Advice from various organisations during this lockdown and school closure.

To help families adjusting to a “new normal” following the measures taken to stop the spread of coronavirus, Internet Matters have created this dedicated space to provide expert advice, resources and tools to make the best use of tech.


Whether you're working from home with your kids for the first time or supporting children with anxiety due to coronavirus, NSPCC have got tips and advice for you.


With schools closing and many adults working from home, families are going to be cooped up.

Here are Parentzone's tips for keeping everyone’s spirits up as much as possible as we self-isolate.

Current issues to look out for during lockdown 2021

From online challenges to fake news, read about the current issues that you or your children may face whilst being online during this challenging time.

Parentzone have handpicked some of the favourite lockdown memes and challenges to explain what it’s all about.

There are so many stories and pieces of information flying around on the internet that it can be hard to know what’s real and what’s fake. Try these lessons from BBC Bitesize.

School closures have left vulnerable children who would ordinarily be supported in the day at greater risk of exploitation by criminal gangs in 'county lines' operations. Here’s what you need to know.

Action Fraud is warning the public to remain vigilant as criminals begin to take advantage of the roll out of the COVID-19 vaccine to commit fraud.

Educational activities

Here you will find links to lots of really useful resources to help educate your children.

How BBC Bitesize can help you learn on TV and online in 2021.

ParentZone have put together a hub of information including resources, advice and projects.

During remote learning young people will be spending more time at home than usual - with their families, and on devices. Childnet have put together a list of resources that you can use with them, to explore online safety in a fun, engaging and educational way.

Guidance on what you can do to stay safe online during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.

THINKUKNOW have produced home activity packs which contain simple 15 minute activities that you can do with your family to support their online safety at home.

A resource for families with children of different ages and areas of interest. Youtube have partnered up with learning creators to bring parents & families resources and activities.