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.
What Parents and Carers Need to Know about the Ofcom 'Children and Parents: Media Use and Attitudes' Report 2020/21
What impact have lockdowns, remote learning and increased screen time had on children’s digital habits? Our #WakeUpWednesday guide has the details.
A free online safety guide unpacking the Ofcom 'Children and Parents: Media Use and Attitudes' Report 2020/21.
Ofcom’s annual ‘Children and Parents: Media Use and Attitudes’ report aims to provide a comprehensive picture of how young people use and experience the internet in any given year. The 2021 edition differs from its predecessors, of course, because it covers three periods of national lockdown. With remote learning affecting children’s digital behaviours, studies like this are more important than ever to recognise digital dangers, understand media experiences and identify who is being left behind in the online world.
In the guide you'll find information on areas including children's online activities, popular apps and parental concerns.