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Gooseberry Planet Jun 24
Internet Safety: A Parent's Guide to Keeping Kids Safe. Considering the many dangers that are on the Internet— from predators to cyberbullies, malicious software and scams, it is crucial that our children learn their way around this connected world early in life.
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Parent Zone Jun 22
Does your child play ? Have a read of our Parent Guide with advice for parents on how to help their child stay safer:
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HorringerCourtSchool Jun 17
Instagram allows users to share images and videos with the world. Add-ons, such as ‘Boomerang’ and ‘Layout’, enhance their feed. Selfies, live streaming, DMs, and new settings... Here's everything parents need to help keep their children safe whilst using Instagram.
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National Online Safety Jun 19
Happy !😄 It can feel like an uphill challenge to keep children away from harmful content on the internet, so this week we're issuing a free home internet controls guide for parents and carers. Download your free guide here:
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Gooseberry Planet Jun 17
Next Monday, 24th June St Benedict’s School in collaboration with MyConcern, are having their very first safeguarding conference! See online for more info & spaces.
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Alma Cardi 30m
Top story: : 'Did you know a key function of is to support, conduct and evaluate about ? We also undertake research to ensure our programs and resources are evidence … , see more
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AmericanTitleLending 14h
Do you know how to keep your kids safe online these days?
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Rachakonda Police Jun 21
Stay alert to ensure your child's safety
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PCSO Andy Poxon 13h
Not sure that the app or game your children are using is suitable? Then downloading the “net aware” app. Keep yourself updated on new apps and games
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Giraffe Insights 14h
Google proposes expansion of its two-year-old digital safety and citizenship curriculum for children to now include media literacy; namely the ability to identity false content
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Rosie Selman Jun 24
Schools in England are more likely to face problems with pupils bullying online and misusing social media than in any other developed country. This is why we must include and and wellbeing in the curriculum.
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Donna Hughes 12h
ICYMI: accomplished something pretty incredible last week.
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Elizabeth Milovidov Jun 24
What is Cyberflashing and should we be alarmed about it?
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vaibhavnegi Jun 23
I wonder why needs to read email messages.
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Digital Inclusion And Safer Internet In Nigeria 20h
Hey tweeps!!!It's Top Tip Tuesday🙌😘 Do you ever wonder how secured your Devices & Networks are? Well on our today's episode of top tip tuesday we bring to you tips on how to secure your devices and networks.
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DCMS 16h
We heard from a number of tech and social media companies and those affected by Online Harms in writing our proposals. Make sure YOU before 1️⃣ July | | |
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Chris Lovesey 18h
Child gambling is a form of self-harm – it’s too complex for a quick-fix clinic
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e-Safety Matters 19h
Looking for help or advice on ? Our list of helpful contacts are there if you need to report an issue or require further help and support. Click to find out more:
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#ThembaSouthernAfrica 16h
Packing for our awareness and workshop in this week 📱💻😎
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Gabriel Lowy Jun 17
No form of digital communication can replace face-to-face interaction.
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