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March 14, 2020

Parentzone have three tips for starting a difficult Coronavirus conversation with your child.

1. Start Somewhere

2. Be Prepared to Listen

3. Trust Yourself 

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December 9, 2019

Tik Tok (formerly is a DIY music video social networking app that is growing in popularity with young people in primary and secondary schools. It’s fun, interactive karaoke and young people can go to great lengths to make their 15 second videos look profess...

September 27, 2016

Education may not always be thought of as an innovative sector but as schools increasingly look to relieve budgetary burdens and provide inspirational education experiences, a new breed of innovative social enterprises are emerging that can help on both counts. Excite-...

September 22, 2016

“What a fantastic project for the children at Homerswood to be involved in. Internet safety is such an important issue and it has been inspiring to see the standard and quality of TechSafe – Privacy.” said Deputy Head Paula Bennett.

Children, their parents and teachers,...

June 13, 2016

A soaring increase in ‘sexting’ or nude selfies, amongst children under sixteen, was recently reported by 18 police forces in England.

The Labour party says police in England investigated more than 13 times as many cases of sexting among under-16s last year as in 2013,...

January 15, 2016

It’s a story of friendship and responsibility online. You can get it for free by either downloading the pdf version or ordering a free A4 size hard copy here .


Childnet International have produced a terrific story book for young children which I also use with upper pri...

June 19, 2014

The UK Council for Child Internet Safety – UKCCIS was established as a result of the Byron Review in 2008. 200 organisations from government, industry, law, charity and academia work in partnership to keep children

safe online.

These are the board members and it’s intere...

May 15, 2014

I don’t enjoy writing blogs like this but it has to be done because we all should know about apps that will put our children and young people at risk.


Some apps that appear innocuous can be harmful. In the case of some ‘must- have’ apps your children may be downloa...

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