Kingston and Richmond Safeguarding Children Partnership has lots of e safety resources for parents on their website.
Thinkuknow is a website that has guides to internet safety and safe surfing.
Childnet has information for parents and carers. The site has links to information for individual apps such as Facebook, Twitter, Whatsapp, Snapchat and gaming sites such as Playstation.
UK Safer Internet Centre has advice and resources to support you as you support your child to use the internet safely, responsibility and positively.
CEOP is dedicated to keeping children safe from sexual abuse and sexual grooming online.
Online Safety and the Dark Web
CEOP and the National Crime Agency has created resources for use by professionals and parents to understand the dark web. The resources include films and fact sheets to help understand what the dark web is, why a child might access it, and how to facilitate conversations with children about it. Dark Web Explained (thinkuknow.co.uk)
Cerebra has information to help support people with learning difficulties and autism with understanding about online safety.
Family Lives has advice on making sure teens stay safe online.
The BBC has launched its own site for children called Own It. It is aimed at 9-12 year olds and is designed to help children get the most of their time online.