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Social Networks - Keeping our children safe!

The NSPCC's Share Aware and Net Aware pages. Help your child stay safe on social networks, apps and games.

Find out more about the safety features available on popular social networks such as: Club Penguin, Facebook, Kik, Google+, Moshi Monsters, Snapchat, YouTube, WhatsApp, and more.

The internetmatters.org website has published guidance for parents who want to know more about Snapchat.

A BBC report on the new Snapchat feature, Snap Map, warning parents that a new location-sharing feature in Snapchat could put children at risk.

Facebook's parent portal

Young people use Instagram to share images and videos; this guide gives advice on ways to stay safe if young people choose to use the app.

Best 10 educational apps to keep your kids amused safely. InternetMatters.org

TikTok app safety – What parents need to know

TikTok app safety guide Practical advice for parents and young people

To help parents who’ve raised concerns that their children are receiving unsolicited messages on Wishbone app, InternetMatters.org have compiled expert tips on how to keep them safe on the app.

WhatsApp – Guide for Parents and Carers. Caution is advised over your child’s digital footprint, particularly the content (photos, videos and messages) they choose to share via WhatsApp.

Yubo, formerly Yellow, is a social media app encouraging teens to find new friends by allowing them to swipe left or right to connect and live stream.

As the multiplayer game Among Us gains popularity among children in the UK, this article outlines what it is, how it works and what you should watch out for to keep kids safe in the game.

YouTube is a popular platform with both adults and young people. InternetMatters.org have created a guide to explain YouTube’s features as well as guidance on how to stay safe when using it.

Another hub of online safety resources for parents from The Key website.  Feature more guides on many of the apps contained above.

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