We understand that you may have concerns about using the internet, on this page you can find free resources about how you can stay safe online">

This weekend Bootle’s Salt and Tar will see young people from Sefton selling a little bit of everything at the teenage market.

Salt and Tar’s July Social puts the spotlight on young people

Staying Safe Online

We understand that you may have concerns about using the internet, please find below some free resources about how you can stay safe online.

Keeping children safe online

For lots of useful information to help keep children and young people safe online, visit the NSPCC online safety webpages for advice. 


UK Safer Internet Centre 

The UK Safer Centre promotes the safe and responsible use of technology for young people. There are films, storybooks and links to other fun sites with plenty of information to help young people enjoy their time online and stay safe on the internet. For more info, visit the UK Safer Internet Centre website 


Get Safe Online

​For practical advice on how to protect yourself and your devices from online threats, visit the Get Safe Online website.


Advice from the National Cyber Security Centre 

The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) give advice to protect organisations, individuals and families as well as the technology you rely on. For more information, visit the NCSC website.


Internet and technology learning for older people

Age UK provide a range of guides covering online essentials, such as cyber security and tools to keep in touch and manage your money online. To find out more, visit the Age UK Making the most of the internet website.

Beware of online scams​

Citizens Advice have lots of useful tips to help you spot potential online scams. For more information, visit the Citizens Advice website


Last Updated on Monday, July 3, 2023

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