Inappropriate Image Sharing Online – Foster Parent Guides

child safety online

There is a real and growing concern of how many young people find it OK to share inappropriate images online. It is leading to so many becoming vulnerable to potential exploitation, blackmail and harm from a young age, leaving a lasting digital footprint. If you share it, you are involved. It’s time for foster carers and parents to have an important conversation about online safety.  Let’s help children navigate the digital world as safely as possible.

This wall poster serves to reinforce online safety practices and encourages open conversations among parents, caregivers, and colleagues on this sensitive issue. Please do not hesitate to print and display this poster in prominent areas especially where other parents and caregivers may have access to see it and learn the impact. The poster can serve as a constant visual reminder of the significance of online safety.

Perhaps you’d like to talk about this issue on social media and help to keep vulnerable children safer. 

You can find out more about this issue on SKIPS Educational website as well as checking out the other support that they provide for foster carers and parents.

SKIPS Educational have a number of guides to help foster parents to keep children safe online.  The guides were developed in collaboration with Home Office Prevent and West Midlands Police and Crime Commission as part of a vital way of keeping children safe online.

If you are concerned with anything you or your child has seen or has been asked to do Skips Safety Net offers more sites to understand safe ways to seek support – find out more via this link: Skips Seek Support