CNC on social media

Child of the New Century is on Facebook and Twitter so it’s easy for you and your parents to stay up to date with the study.

Facebook

You can keep up to date with Child of the New Century by liking our Facebook page: www.facebook.com/childofthenewcentury.

Only your Facebook friends will be able to see that you’ve liked our page, and we’ve disabled the comment function to protect your identity from others.

Twitter

Child of the New Century is also on Twitter. You can follow us at @childnewcentury.

Other people will be able to see your Twitter name listed under our followers. If you reply to one of our tweets, only the people who follow you will be able to see it.

Contact us by email, phone or post

If you have a question or comment about the study, we recommend you contact us by email, phone or post and not through Facebook or Twitter. Find out how to reach us on the contact us page.

Be safe online

The internet can be a great resource for learning new things, being creative, and connecting with friends and family. But there are also risks that you should be aware of.

If you have questions about online safety, talk to a parent or another adult you trust. If you don’t have an adult you can talk to, contact ChildLine on 0800 1111.

Keep your information private

Never share any personal information with anyone on the internet.

Always explore the privacy settings of any social media site when you set up your account. It’s helpful to ask a parent or someone you trust to have a look at your settings – they might see something you’ve missed.

Always tell an adult if you find something troubling on the internet

If you come across online content that troubles you, or if you are getting online messages that are hurtful or inappropriate, tell a parent or another adult you trust. If you don’t have an adult you can talk to, contact ChildLine on 0800 1111.

Learn more about being safe on the internet

ChildLine: Online and mobile safety (advice for young people)

NSPCC: Online safety (advice for parents)

Thinkuknow

UK Safer Internet Centre

Report an online crime

Internet Watch Foundation