Want to know more about how to keep yourself and your friends safe online? Thinkuknow has videos, advice and information for 8-10 year olds, 11-13 year olds, and people aged 14 and over. There are also areas for adults to learn more about the online world and how they can support you. It's run by CEOP, which works with UK police and other authorities to keep young people safe from sexual abuse and grooming.
The Royal Foundation
The Royal Foundation of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry has an action plan to help tackle online bullying. It’s called Stop, Speak, Support.
Be Internet Legends
An online safety programme from Google and Parent Zone that includes a fun and free web-based game called Interland and educational resources for Key Stage 2 teachers to help 7-11 year olds the skills they need to be safe and sharp online.
The 4 UK Children’s Commissioners
Childnet are the team behind Safer Internet Day in February each year. They have lots of internet safety advice for young people here.
The charity YoungMinds works to ensure that children and young people can get mental health support when they need it.
The Diana Award
Formed as a legacy of the late Princess of Wales, The Diana Award has lots of anti-bullying tips and advice. They also run training programmes, to give young people skills and confidence to make positive changes in their communities.
The BBC Bitesize website can help with your homework, revision and learning. Find free videos, step-by-step guides, activities, quizzes and games.
‘Digi, Aye?’ is the online skills and resilience campaign from Scottish youth charity Young Scot. Content from the campaign is free for other organisations to share and use.
Scottish Centre for Conflict Resolution
Get help managing difficult family relationships, with tips, advice and stories for young people from the SCCR.