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National Online Safety has a whole school community approach to providing training courses and resources for teachers, parents and children
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Nat. Education Show May 9
At , we have “Chris Skinner” presenting a seminar titled “Growing Up In The Online World – National Online Safety” - learn more about the session and order tickets here:
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NSPCC May 16
If you're worried about a child or young person it can be hard to know what you can to do help. That's why we're here and do what we do. Our helpline is there for advice & support on 0808 800 5000 or help@nspcc.org.uk.
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National Online Safety May 17
At National Online Safety, we're proud to support the International day against homophobia, biphobia, interphobia & transphobia.
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National Online Safety May 16
What can you do today to make someone smile?😊
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Riversdale Primary May 15
We are delighted to announce that Riversdale Primary School have shown our commitment to protecting our pupils online by joining . We will be able to provide support to staff, governors, parents and carers through this collaboration. We look forward to it.
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National Online Safety May 15
This , as part of , we're encouraging parents/carers to think about the 'modern pressures' associated with social media and how it may affect their child's mental health.💡🧠 HD version:
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National Online Safety May 15
We love this ❤️ Something so simple can create such a positive, relaxed environment... We salute you Mr Smith! 🎸 #8923324
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National Online Safety May 14
Replying to @natonlinesafety
Here are 8 tips to help schools kickstart their journey to promoting positive mental health. Remember to allow time for breathing, relaxation and reflection.🧠
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Mr B May 8
Led my Online Safety parent drop-in tonight, thanks to the wonderful resources from and ! Exploring Interland, sharing ideas and handing out top tips and leaflets. Good experience in my first year of leading Computing.
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National Online Safety May 13
Did you hear this morning's If not, you can spare a minute now 🕑
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Heads Together May 13
If you need mental health support today but you’re not sure where to turn, you can text SHOUT to 85258 for free and confidential help 📱 >
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National Online Safety May 13
Monitoring and encouraging positive mental health, wellbeing & lifestyle is a responsibility for all schools across the UK online and offline. As part of , we'll be providing some useful tips on how to promote positive mental health in schools. 🧠💡
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King's_CreativeEly May 10
On Thursday 9th May, KEJ hosted a Digital Picnic for Years 2-5. Simon Firth performed an informative digital safety story while our Digital Leaders ran information stalls about different APPs and games using material from .
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Mind May 13
In , take a look at our top tips on how best to to give friends and loved ones your support. Find out more here >
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DfE May 12
Our is just as important as our physical health. It's , heres how we are supporting the mental health and wellbeing in education.
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YoungMinds May 12
If your child finds it hard talking about their mental health, here are some conversation starters that may help you
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National Online Safety May 10
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National Online Safety May 9
Facebook's new ‘Meet New Friends’ feature, which will see strangers being introduced to one another, could create new risks for children and young people:
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Met Contact Centre May 8
7 questions to help you start a conversation with your child about online safety.
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Timberley Academy May 8
For advice and tips on how to protect children online, whilst they are using popular social media and gaming platforms, please follow 👍
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