We teach young children about the power of speaking up and telling a safe adult when they come across something online that makes them feel uncomfortable.
It is so important that children feel they can speak up and be heard - online crimes get worse and worse when they are pushed underground and into secrecy. Making sure that children have safe adults they know they can talk to helps to create lines of communication that can continue on throughout their teenage years.
Children need support and help to make sure they don't fall prey to grooming, abuse and manipulation. Teenagers need adults who won't judge them or chastise them but will support them to stay safe.
See below some of the brilliant work primary school children have created during 'safe adult' lessons.