Please find below some lovely stories that help guide your child through e-safety in a fun and literary way.
Written by Jeanne Willis, an award winning children's author and illustrated by Tony Ross whose artistic talents have brought Horrid Henry to life.
#Goldilocks is a modern twist on the classic fairy tale and offers a fun and accessible way to discuss responsible social media use with children from the age of seven. #Goldilocks gets into trouble with the three bears over her pursuit of likes on social media and aims to help educate children about the potential consequences of being unkind, getting carried away with selfies or oversharing images in a light-hearted way.
Online Safety at Christmas Time and Beyond
A lovely Christmas story which reinforces the importance of passwords and their safe use.
The run up to Christmas has started which means children up and down the country will be writing out their Christmas lists and hoping to receive the latest mobile phone or smart device. Whether it’s their first experience of mobile technology or a seasonal upgrade, it pays to make sure children know how to use their device safely and responsibly. National Online Safety have created a guide just in time for the holiday period so that children are aware of how to keep themselves safe and secure and ensure they use their phone in the healthiest way possible.