Five steps to get parents online ready
Ready to learn?
Keeping informed about the latest popular apps will not only help you understand your children’s online activity but also help your communication with them.
Ready to build trust?
Creating a trusting and open environment when it comes to online behaviours will encourage your children to share any concerns or negative experiences with you.
Ready to question?
Help your child to develop crucial online perception skills by teaching them to think critically and question.
Ready to use tools?
Safety features can help protect children online. Get to know what tools are available, and what they do and don’t do.
Ready to notice?
Being on the lookout for changes in behaviour can help you detect if your child is having negative experiences online.