This chapter looks at ways in which schools and others have engaged parents in digital safety and in particular how working and learning with their but also from their children has proved a powerful way to draw in parents who might otherwise be hard to reach. For many parents, digital safety has meant, in essence, limiting children’s access to the internet because exposure/over-exposure to it is thought to be harmful – the protection strategy. One primary school teacher, where digital safety is embedded across the curriculum, says that children at the school tend to use Snapchat and WhatsApp for conversations and Instagram for sharing and liking things. Inviting parents in for a drama or an assembly run by children on a digital safety topic provides an opportunity for them to hear about what children know about the topic and help kick-start the conversation about safe behaviour.