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You can protect your child on any device that goes online at home.

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How to protect:

Protect everything by using:
Norton ConnectSafe for Home - With all online providers now providing filtering this is not necessary.
See opposite
Norton ConnectSafe

Protect iPads, iPods, iPhones:
Settings, General then Restrictions. As well as protecting your child you can stop in app purchases.

Protect Android devices (phones, tablets):
Download Kids Place app form Google Play / Marketplace.
Google Play link to Kids Place

Kindle Fire: Parental Controls or Kids Place app (see above)

Protect games devices from ESRB:
Parental Controls instructions for Games Machines

Windows 7 Parental Control Instructions
Windows 10 Keeping Kids Safer
Windows Phone Kids Corner Instrucrions

Keeping Safe Videos (via You Tube):


Where's Klaus

Keeping up with the Jones

Useful Websites:

Information for parents:
Think U Know CEOP information for Parents

Websites used in school for eSafety (safety on the Internet):

Think U Know:


HELP Information
by Rupert Collins
for parents and carers to help protect your child online

Information about Internet Providers Protection


BT offers Parent Control protects all devices.
Click here for details of Parent Control (down the page)

Virgin Media

Virgin Media offers Child WebSafe and, for additional safety, F-Secure SAFE. These protect all devices.
Click here for details on WebSafe and F-Secure. (down the page)


Sky offers Sky Broadband Shield. This protect all devices.
Click here for full details of Sky Shield.


TalkTalk offers HomeSafe. This protect all devices.
Click here for full details of TalkTalk HomeSafe.