CEOP is part of the National Crime Agency, which is there to help keep children and young people safe from sexual abuse and grooming online. Anyone can report to CEOP inappropriate online behaviours.
Childline is a free, private and confidential service where you can talk about anything. Whatever your worry, whenever you need help, Childline is here for you online, on the phone, anytime.
This part of the Childline website and has games, advice and guidance for children and young people on all sorts of things from bullying through to exam stress. It includes onlines tools for children and young people.
Childnet's mission is to make the internet a great and safe place. This website has top tips, games and safety information for both primary and secondary pupils, professionals and parents. It has a primary and secondary zone for young people.
This website provides non-judgemental information and advice about crime and criminality, for example county lines (criminal exploitation). It also allows children and young people to report crime anonymously and has a section for professionals.
This website offers advice for young people dealing with bereavement. It includes videos and helps parents/carers understand the grief journey of their children. It is the young people's arm of Cruse Bereavement Care.
Junior Citizen teaches children and young people to keep safe in a variety of situations including road safety, electrical safety, dog awareness, fire safety, rail safety, coastal safety etc
A video from the NSPCC giving children safe messages using the PANTS rule. It should only be shown as part of a structured programme where young people are sensitively supported.
This NSPCC video supports primary aged children to keep themselves safe from inappropriate sexualised touching.
This website from CBBC provides information and fun activities for children aged 9-12 to teach them how to stay safe online.
Safety 4 Kids provides tips for children on road safety, stranger danger, bullying, pool safety, and internet safety via fun activities and games.
This website has information for children and young people aged 10-17 who are suffering domestic abuse and also adults supporting them.
This website from Women's Aid helps children and young people understand domestic abuse and what to do if it's happening to them.
This website and helpline provides information, advice and support for everyone affected by a family member's drinking.
This website has guidance and resources about online safety for children, families and professionals. The children's zone has games, quizzes and films.
YoungSibs is a website and online support service for children and young people aged 6 to 17 who have a brother or sister who is disabled, has special educational needs or a serious long-term condition. The service is run by Sibs, the UK charity for siblings of disabled children and adults.