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My child is gaming with strangers – what should I do?

The UK Safer Internet Centre Education Team deliver education and information sessions directly with children and young people aged 3-18 years old, as well as parents, carers, teachers and professionals.

In this series they will answer some of the questions they get most frequently asked by parents and carers about helping their children navigate the internet.

Childnet Education Officer Georgia offers advice about gaming and chat within games… Find out more here!

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Safer Internet Day 2024 Stats

Safer Internet Day 2024 reached more young people than ever before, with 53% of UK children aged 8-17 hearing about the day, alongside 32% of UK parents and carers according to the UK Safer Internet Centre

Their impact report looks at the reach of Safer Internet Day 2024 and the positive impact that it had on children, young people, parents, carers, and teachers.

The theme of Safer Internet Day 2024 was: Inspiring change? Making a difference, managing influence and navigating change online. It was so inspiring to see schools and organsiations embrace this theme of change, as can be seen through some of the key statistics of the day:

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Summer Help

Coming this summer on social media… #SaferSummerTogether!

6 weeks of tips and activities from CEOP Education and partners helping parents and carers to keep their children safer online this summer and beyond.
Follow CEOP Education on Facebook (CEOP Education) and X/Twitter (@CEOPEducation) for more on how to get involved.