There are so many things to look out for as your children grow up. Here are some sources of information you may find useful.
- Safekids - tips advice and guidance on child safety matters – from when can a child sit in the front seat of a car through to technology that can help keep children safe.
Out and about
- Tales of the Road - for road safety advice
- Gov.uk site - the rules around car seats.
- Think! – advice for all road users and Think! Cycling specifically for cyclists and motorists.
- Bikeability- cycling proficiency for the 21st century, tested over three Bikeability levels
- Cycle training - cycle training for all ages.
- Family life– advice on all aspects of family life including relationships, wellbeing and the ages and stages of your child's development.
- Stop It Now – an organisation working through education and information to prevent child sexual abuse.
- Concerned about a child – what to do if you are concerned about a child.
Although educational and good for communicating through the internet can pose some dangers to children who can reveal information about themselves, particularly on forums and in chat rooms. They can also come across inappropriate content or be subject to bullying online – via computer or mobile phone. But there are various steps you can take to help keep them safe.
- Get Safe Online - how to keep children safe and within the law online and how to prevent cyber bullying.
- Think U Know - the parent and carers guide to the internet and advice for children.
- Cyber bullying - mobile phone bullying, what to do abut it and how to report it.
- Be Internet SMART - being safe and smart online.
- How to beat the bullies - further advice on both in person and online bullying.