Whether you are worried, scared or upset about anything at all, there is someone out there to help you.  Below is our list of organisations to help you and your safety, no matter what your problem is.

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Childline   www.childline.org.uk

You can talk to ChildLine online or by phone whenever you need to. Whatever your worry, its better out than in. 

Think U Know? - www.thinkuknow.co.uk (CEOP)

If you or a friend are worried about something that's happened to you online or you're uncomfortable with something that another person on the internet is asking you to do, then don't keep it to yourself - you can report it here.

CyberMentors - www.cybermentors.org.uk   (BeatBullying)

For anyone aged 11-18 years old. 

CyberMentors is all about young people helping and supporting each other online.

If you're being bullied, feeling a bit low, troubled by something, or are being targeted online or offline, CyberMentors are here to help.

CyberMentors are young people like you, who have been trained and are volunteering their time online to help you. 

MiniMentors - www.minimentors.org.uk   (BeatBullying)

For anyone aged 5-11 years old.

Learn and practice how to be good friends and to look after yourself and others and stay safe online. 

Kidsmart - www.kidsmart.org.uk

For anyone aged 3-11 years old.

Learn about your Internet safety on adventures with Smartie the Penguin, or Captain Kara and the SMART Crew.

Netsmartz Kids - www.netsmartzkids.org

For anyone aged 5-10 years old.

Learn with Clicky through games and videos about how to make yourself safe online.  

Netsmartz Tweens - www.nsteens.org

For anyone aged 8-12 years old.

Find out how to best protect yourself online through videos, games and the real life experiences from people your age.

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