We recognise that this is a difficult time for parents and guardians and that the Coronavirus is having a significant impact on young people and families across the world. The closure of schools means that opportunities for children to talk to and play with friends will be limited to online interaction. This will almost certainly lead to children spending more time online. To view a helpful document aimed at parents on online radicalisation – information and support, including what are the possible signs of online radicalisation, what you can do, and what you can do if you have any worries or concerns, please click on the link below:

Parent-Guardian Online Radicalisation Information and Support