Ensuring your Home is Cyber Secure

We have put together information, hints and tips to keep young people e-safe at home. We have spent countless hours researching about digital issues that young people face online. Doing this has allowed us to create resources and provide you with relavant information to promote online safety and how the improve quality time online in your home.

Click on the relevant button below to find out more about how you can protect young people in your home.

Please remember If you think your child is in danger at any time please call 999 immediately.

Image of a little girl on the internet, we offer links to all of the main entertainment and gaming platforms where they discuss the parental controls.

Cyber Security & Parental Controls

Illustration of 3 siblings who are addicted to their phones, Cyber Hero provide advice and support on how to digital detox as a family.

Digital Detox & Family Agreements

An image of a mother and child looking through the internet together, we deliver information about the different parental styles.

What type of Parenting Style do you have?

age appropriate advice

Age Appropriate Advice

An image of a family smiling together on a tablet. Cyber Hero provide steps you can take as a parent when it comes to your child being cyber bullied.

Glossary of Terms

An image of a little girl on a tablet. We have provided information to ensure that you look after your child’s mental health when they are online.

Digital Issues

Home Learning Resources

We have put together some educational worksheets for you to use with your children at home. They all encorporate E-Safety and Safeguarding in a fun, educational way.

Parents and Carers Cyber Safety Course

Using information, hints and tips to keep young people e-safe at home, we have put together a Cyber Security course for parents to take free of charge (with an optional donation to our company at the end).

We have spent countless hours researching about digital issues that young people face online. Doing this has allowed us to ensure we create a course that educates you about some of the cyber issues that your child may be facing online.

Our biggest aim is to ensure every parent is able to have access to resources that will help their child, no matter what their circumstances are.

Please note that this course is not suitable to be viewed, heard or participated in by anyone under the age of 16. There are also trigger warnings including suicide.

Courses Available

Please click on the preffered course to find out more.

Strangers on the Internet

Online Issues & Offline Consequences

(Or behaviour)

Digital Wellness

Complete Parents & Carers Cyber Safety Course

All 3 sections combines


“I found this course very informative and thought it was well presented. The most important thing for me was that it is easy to remember the key points.”


Mr Davies

“I learnt a lot from taking part in this course, the parts that stood out for me was the dark web and safeguarding.”



Miss Phillips

“I learnt a lot of things from this course that I didn’t know before. The main thing that I took from this was to screenshot or print out evidence as it could be deleted at a later date.”

Mr Tasker

“I found this course very informative, there were a lot of categories that we hadn’t came across before, particularly phishing. I really liked that there was facts and statistics throughout that we could learn from.”

Miss Howard

Topics for our Cyber Security Course include:


Cyber Bullying


Gambling and Gaming


Phishing and Passwords


Self-Harm and Suicidal Ideation 


Sexting, Dating and Nude Images


Mental Health


Grooming and Cyber Stalking


The Dark Web


Digital Detox


Extremism and Radicalisation


Fake News

We also offer online bespoke 1-2-1 advice for parents who would like to learn more about Online safety.

We charge £25 for this service.

If you would you like to speak to a member of our team regarding your child or children just click on the link below and fill out our form for a consultation.

Want to support our company so we can carry on providing you with information?

Any donations would be appreciated.

Children in UK Have been Cyber Bullied (Source: Ditch The Label.)

Percent of Young people have not told anyone what the worst thing that has happened to them online is (Source: Internet Matters.)

Children in the UK Self-harmed last year (Source: The Children's Society.)

Children Aged 11-16 bet regularly, more than those who have taken drugs, smoked or drunk alcohol. (Source: The Gambling Commission.)

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