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Thinkuknow: supporting you to deliver online safety education

Hi <<First Name>>,

We hope you are keeping well during these difficult and uncertain times.

With children and young people relying on their tech at home for learning and entertainment during lockdown, it remains vital to keep conversations about online safety going and raise awareness of reporting routes if something goes wrong.

Here's a summary of the Thinkuknow resources available to you to deliver remote learning, education in your setting, and help parents and carers to support their child at home.

Online safety at home packs

Simple 15 minute activities families can do to support their child's online safety at home. Packs are available for ages 4 to 14+. Parents can also watch our video guides on different online safety topics.

Online safety toolkits

For face-to-face learning:

Bitesize activities and worksheets based on our home activity packs that you can deliver to children and young people face-to-face in your education setting. The toolkits can be used with ages 5 to 14+.

NEW for online learning:

Adapted versions of our online safety toolkits for ages 5 to 10 with editable slides and video lessons for use on your online learning platform. 

Further resources for use with secondary-aged young people coming soon.


NEW: reporting to CEOP video for teens

A short video for secondary-aged young people explaining the CEOP reporting process, including what to expect if they make a report.

Embed our ClickCEOP button in your website

The ClickCEOP button provides children aged 10+ with a direct route to report online sexual abuse if they feel they do not have a trusted adult to go to. Just email us at with your website URL to get access to the button and guidance on how to use it.

Help us learn more about young people and the dark web

We are currently working with The Children’s Society and Marie Collins Foundation to find out more about young people’s experiences using the dark web, and how they can be protected from encountering the associated risks.    

To learn more about the extent of young people’s experiences using the dark web, we want to hear from all professionals working with 11 to 18 year olds. This includes those without prior knowledge or experiences of young people using the dark web.

The survey should take roughly 10 minutes to complete and will close on Friday 22 January.

Take the survey

UKCIS 'sexting' guidance updated

The UK Council for Internet Safety's 'Sexting in schools and colleges' guidance has been updated.

Now known as 'Sharing nudes and semi-nudes', the guidance provides support for all education settings on how to respond effectively to an image sharing incident.

You can keep up to date with the latest news from the CEOP Education team by following us on Facebook and Twitter. If you have any questions or feedback about our resources, get in touch with us at

Thank you for your continued support.

Best wishes,

CEOP Education team

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