Keeping children safe online

Safety Net – Keeping children safe online

Live Parent/Carer Webinar

IMPORTANT INFORMATION – This is a virtual 60-minute course. Once you have registered for a place, you will receive a confirmation email which will contain your unique joining link.


Many parents and carers worry about what their children are doing online. The Safety Net Parental Webinar Programme provides parents and carers with the support and resources to engage their children and help keep them safe online.

The training webinar aims to raise awareness of the unseen dangers and embeds the understanding needed to help young people stay safe when they are using the Internet, social media and playing online games.  

Click below to watch a short video on what is Safety Net

Learning Outcomes:

By the end of the 60-minute eye-opening webinar session, parents and carers will have gained:

  • Increased awareness of the real dangers that children are unknowingly at risk of when using the Internet, social media, gaming and following online influencers.
  • Increased confidence, knowledge and tools to be the first line of defence in helping to keep their children safe online.
  • An understanding of how to have open discussion on sensitive matters from an early age at home, how to be supportive and understanding.

Following delivery of the live virtual webinar session, you will receive a copy of our Safety Net parental engagement resource via Oakhill Primary School

Safety Net book and pages

Book now – The next upcoming Live Parent/Carer webinar are on:

Wednesday 13th December at 6 pm

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If you would like to enquire about further forthcoming sessions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

E-mail: or phone: 0121 227 1941

“Huge eye-opener and thought provoking. Excellent webinar and easy to follow. We unwisely never thought about these risks. Highly recommended”
Parent, Year 6
“Our school is in a financially deprived area and budgets are currently difficult. The ‘Train the Trainer’ session has allowed me and the school to communicate vital important issues that are affecting our children to parents with ease in a way that is relevant and contextual to our school.”
Mia, Year 5 teacher