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esafety and digital citizenship specialist

Naace Impact Award Winner for Leadership

For his commitment to ensuring a safe and supportive learning environment for the education sector

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07 October 2013

 

Leading online safety experts have pulled together pragmatic advice for parents on sexting: "A Parents Guide to dealing with Sexting: what to do and how to handle it". This follows on from a high level of demand from schools and parents and compliments the advice that they produced earlier in the year 'Sexting in schools - A toolkit. What to do and how to handle it'.

See the resource here.

27 September 2013

'As Facebook's popularity among teens is starting to wane, you might be wondering what the new "it" social network is. But the days of a one-stop shop for all social networking needs are over. Instead, teens are dividing their attention between an array of apps and tools that let them write, share, video chat, and even shop for the latest trends.'

Read more at CommonSense Media.

17 September 2013

The Underwear Rule campaign

'Parents and carers can have simple conversations to help keep children safe from sexual abuse

We believe that everyone has a role to play to help prevent the sexual abuse of children and are encouraging parents and carers to teach their children the Underwear Rule to help them stay safe.

It's not an easy subject, but simple conversations can help keep children safe from sexual abuse.' View the NSPCC resource here.

 

 

10 September 2013