What is the threat from extremism in the UK? Is my child vulnerable to radicalisation?
Anonymously report any online material promoting terrorism.
Produced by the Home Office, details of resources and training courses to help meet the Prevent duty.
A collection of articles, tips, expert advice and other resources to help parents keep up with what their children are doing online.
Key stage 4 resources to teach tolerance and respect for all faiths and religions through exploring the events, causes and consequences of 9/11.
A non-profit organisation that works with others to make the internet a safe place for children.
Run by the Metropolitan Police, the SAFE campaign provides information about terrorism and violent extremism.
Information for parents on keeping children and young people safe against radicalisation and extremism.
InterAdvice on keeping children safe online, including news and advice from industry experts, guidance on setting parental controls and reviews of the latest apps.
Helps families deal with the many difficulties thrown up by the pace of technological change, and helps parents keep children safe online.
The NSPCC is the leading children’s charity in the UK, specialising in child protection and dedicated to the fight for every childhood.
Provides vital information for parents looking to understand the risks involved if children travel to Syria.
Advice on keeping children and young people safe online, from Childnet International, SWGfL and the Internet Watch Foundation, plus a helpline and a hotline.