The ThinkUKnow website provides a report button that takes you through to a form to fill in and report your problem. They also provide information about other sites for getting help and advice. Their button looks like this
CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection) organisation is actively working with many common online services, such as Facebook and MSN messenger, to enable the provision of an easy reporting mechanism. In Facebook it is the 'Click CEOP' application and in MSN messenger there is a button that looks like this
The Internet Watch Foundation is the UK Hotline to receive reports of Criminal Online Content. You can report inappropriate content to them using the link on their site. The IWF has published their annual report for 2012 - Please click here to view.
Childline is a charity linked with the NSPCC for use by children who need help in any circumstance. They can be found here or they can be called using the following number
The EU Kids Online organisation has produced a practical guide for parents on how to become more involved in their childrens internet use and to be confident they are safe online. Please click here to view.
UKCCIS (The UK Council for Child Internet Safety) has written a report on Vulnerable Children in an Online Environment. Please click here to view.
Tell someone you trust - the most obvious advice of all, but often the most difficult one for victims to do. If a student discloses any information to any member of school staff, they have all received training to deal with the report appropriately.