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Focusing on behaviour allows you, as an adult, to draw from your experience to provide the support a young person may need.
As South West Grid for Learning’s (SWGf L) Online Safety Director, Ken Corish, wrote in this blog: “Our children are not born experts in online life.
Thankfully in this instance the parent found out in time and did the right thing by reporting it to the police and alerting other parents.
Also in the news recently was the hard hitting film by Leicestershire Police, Kayleigh’s Love Story (caution: some viewers may find this distressing), which serves as a stark warning about the risks of children chatting to people online who they don’t know.
Despite ongoing work to improve age verification, there are currently no robust measures to verify if someone is 13 or over, so parents play a really important role here.
One of the most important and empowering things any parent or member of the children’s workforce can do is to build an open and transparent relationship with a child, one where they feel they can talk openly to you.
If your child willingly wants to tell you if someone or something online has made them feel uncomfortable, that’s the biggest part of your job done.
Open ended questions will help you to get more response from the other party.We’ve only just welcomed 2017 into our homes and already we’re seeing stories about the internet popping up that can be very concerning for parents.So far this year we’ve heard the Children’s Commissioner for England tell us that young people are being left to fend for themselves online, while one parent’s recent Facebook post went viral when he discovered that his eight year-old daughter had received sexual messages from an unknown male through It’s unrealistic to expect young people not to be inquisitive and want to chat online, just as their parents’ generation does.But it’s important that they understand how to do it safely.