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Staying Safe Online

Safeguarding

WE ALL use the internet to communicate with each other so it's important to know how to use the internet safely and appropriately.

Staying safe online is important and there is a wealth of information out there to help you, available to young people, parents, carers and teachers.

Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CE-OP) Centre

At Stoke City Football Club we want you all to stay safe on line, it is important to know that whilst the internet bring may benefits and opportunities it also opens up new risks and challenges.

CEOP is part of the UK police, set up to tackle the sexual exploitation of children. The CEOP Centre aims to educate children, young people, their parents, carers and fans to understand the risks they may face online and what they can do to empower themselves to stay safe.

They also track, locate and hold child sexual offenders to account.

For more information and to file a report, click HERE.

Think U Know

Do you know what your child is doing online?

Emails, websites and social media play an ever increasing part in children's lives. Most of the time the World Wide Web is fun, informative and safe there are also people out there who use it for inappropriate reasons.

Do you think you know who is on the other end of your web chat?

Useful resources can be found by clicking HERE.

Click Clever Click Safe

The Click Clever Click Safe campaign, brought to you by the UK Council for Child Internet Safety helps children enjoy the internet safely.

They have developed the Click Clever Click Safe Code. It’s been designed to act as an everyday reminder of simple good behaviours, to help you and your children avoid common risks online.

For more information visit the website by clicking HERE.

 

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