Useful Websites

Useful websites for young people and parents who want advice

Key advice to young people using technology:

  1. Always respect others 5. Don’t retaliate or reply!
  2. Think before you send 6. Save the evidence
  3. Treat your password like a toothbrush 7. Make sure you tell
  4. Block the Bully

Full details of cyberbullying guidance on

Useful websites:

MyMaths - This is an online mathematics learning solution for all ages and all abilities that GVC has recently subscribed to,

Squizzes - This website is a FREE online educational resource for teaching staff and pupils. It is a place where teachers can access information and resources to help with lesson planning and delivery.

It is also a safe, fun and relevant place for Primary school pupils to visit during wet weather play time, reward time and after school clubs - For all levels and abilities anmd covers KS1, KS2, KS3, GCSE and Higher levels for all Subjects - Change4Life is a nationwide movement which aims to help us all, but especially our kids, eat well, move more and live longer. Free online language learning: courses, audio, video and games, including the alphabet, phrases, vocabulary, pronunciation, grammar, activities and tests

Fischer Family Trust -

Childnet – a range of resources for children and young people, their families and teachers (

StopTextbully – a website dedicated to mobile phone bullying, contains advice for young people including how to contact your operator ( – one of the first websites set up in this area, for young people providing advice around preventing and taking action against cyberbullying. A Canadian-based site (

Chatdanger – a website that informs about the potential dangers online (including bullying), and advice on how to stay safe while chatting (

Connexions – a website for young people relating to a guide to life, money and getting around

Websafecrackers IH8U: - A website for children and young people focusing on cyberbullying and how to deal with phone abuse. It's free to email, chat, phone or text them for advice (

Internet Safety Zone – Has useful information for parents, teachers and children on cyberbullying and how to tackle it ( – Information from the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre on how to stay safe online (

Bullying Online – A multi-award winning anti-bullying charity. Their website is user friendly and regularly updated. Practical help on all aspects of cyberbullying for pupils and parents (

Kidsmart – Provides resources including lesson plans, leaflets, posters and games (

Securus – Provides e-safety software for schools to keep students safe from cyberbullying, grooming, racist and harmful behaviour (