Young people are growing up in a world where technology has always been present for them and this can have a positive and negative impact on their lives.
On the one hand going online can mean being connected to friends, sharing experiences and learning new things but all of these experiences can also pose challenges for young people. With the online world being such a huge part of young people's live today, it's very important that we can help them to understand how to use it safely, sensibly and with an awareness of how it can impact on them.
Click here to read more about digital wellbeing and get tips on how to support your child at different stages of their life.
'Talking to your child - openly, and regularly - is the best way to help keep them safe online.'
Visit the NSPCC website to read tips on how to start the conversation with your child about staying safe online and what to do if you're worried about online safety.
Creating a family agreement ensures a safe, enjoyable experience online for everyone.
Visit Childnet.com and Commonsensemedia.org to view resources to help you set clear expectations for positive, safe and balanced internet use.
'As children become more independent online, it's possible that they may come across things which are inappropriate for their age or stage of development. Using filters to block explicit content and having frank conversations are just a few of the ways you equip them with tools to deal with it.'
Click here to learn more about inappropriate content and how to support your child.