Thank you for taking part in this Thinkuknow survey. Thinkuknow is the child online safety education programme run by the National Crime Agency.

The Covid-19 crisis presents some real challenges for parents and carers, not least around their children's online activities.

We will be here to help you through the next few months with advice and support for parents and carers, learning activities for your children, and support for schools and oters helping families at this time.

In March, we released our new #OnlineSafetyAtHome activity packs for children aged 4-16. Our packs consist of fun, age appropriate activities you can do with your child to help keep them safe online whilst they are off school. If you haven't seen them, do take a look before completing the survey: https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/parents/Support-tools/home-activity-worksheets/

We want to make sure that our activity packs and additional support continues to meet your family's needs over the coming months. To let us know the challenges you face and what we can do to help, please complete the survey below.

The survey will take around 5 - 10 minutes to complete. 

Important: do not use this survey to report specific safety concerns about a child or a child you know, as survey responses will not be monitored daily.

If you are worried that a child is being groomed or sexually abused online, you should report this urgently to your local police force. If a child is in immediate danger, please call 999.

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* 1. How old is your child/children? (Select all that apply)

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