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Latest Safeguarding Advice for Parents regarding online games and apps

Dear Parent/Guardian


We hope you’re keeping well.


We’d like to update you on some new online safety guidance now available on Hwb and some key changes to the Online safety zone on Hwb.


Stay Safe. Stay Learning. Guidance for keeping safe online


This guidance contains useful tips and links to resources and further support for keeping safe online. There is guidance specific to each audience:



All this guidance is available at -


Stay Safe. Stay Learning. Live-streaming lessons


Live-streaming safeguarding principles and practice for education practitioners guidance has been published as part of the ‘Stay Safe. Stay learning’ programme to support schools who wish to live-stream lessons with their learners.


New online safety resources to support home learning


Now available!


Coming soon!

  • A new distance learning resource to support parents and carers with a range of online issues.
  • A series of informative videos for parents and carers on:
    • Roblox
    • HouseParty
    • TikTok
    • Misinformation
  • Six new home learning worksheets with fun and simple online safety activities for foundation phase to KS3 learners.


New branding


From next week, the Online safety zone will be renamed Keeping safe online, which will now include cyber security news and resources, as well as online safety. This change won’t affect the URL at this point –


Keeping safe online will continue to evolve over the coming months and we look forward to involving you in this as it progresses.


Keeping Kids Safe Online Webinar


The NSPCC and O2 are working in partnership to offer free sessions on keeping your family safe online.


The 30min webinar will provide parents and carers with information on:

  • Appeals and risks of the internet for children
  • How to keep kids’ safe online
  • Resources and support available for parents


Find out more and register on Hwb –