At National Online Safety, we provide multi-award-winning online safety education for the whole school community. It’s our mission to make the internet a safer place for children. We believe that when children go online to learn, communicate or play, they should be able to do so safely. That’s why we provide schools all over the world with the knowledge they need in order to tackle new and evolving online risks.
Check in with Your Friends
This week's free online safety guide focuses on checking in with your friends, it takes a look at a number of tips such as sending nice messages, asking how you can help someone and being a good listener.
A free online safety guide on checking in with your friends.
Young people need to learn to take care of their minds as well as their bodies. Lots of things can damage the way they feel and think, and it’s more common than people realise – one in every five children, for example, struggles with their mental health. Sending memes, jokes and messages online is easy – but finding the right words to talk to a friend who’s having a hard time can be tricky. Designed to be printed out and displayed in schools, our poster could help your child find the right time – and the right way – to check in with a friend.
In the guide, you'll find tips such as sending nice messages, asking how you can help someone and being a good listener.