Keeping children safe online

Virtual Parents’ Webinar

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Register your place – You can access the webinar from any device including your computer, laptop, tablet or smartphone.

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Bringing the parent community together online

Many parents worry about what their children are doing online, yet very few know of the real dangers.

This 60-minute live session is hard hitting and will:

  • raise your awareness to the good, the bad and the ugly of the Internet and what children are doing online.
  • highlight the real dangers children are unknowingly at risk of when they’re using the Internet, social media, gaming and more.
  • equip you with the confidence, knowledge and tools to help keep your child safe online.

As part of the webinar, you will require to have in front of you a copy of our award-winning fun and colourful Safety Net parental engagement resource. The resource is vital to the session as the engaging content, crosswords and wordsearches will help you to start the process of having open discussion with your child from an early age on how to stay safe online.

Resources will be sent out to you by post so it is important that you register straight away to ensure that you receive your resource prior to the session.

Safety Net book and pages
Register and receive your Safety Net book for FREE!

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This event does not allow attendees to activate their camera or microphone. You can’t be seen or heard.

skips safety net webinar

You can ask the presenter questions ‘live’ through a text chatbox that will appear on your screen.

Thursday 3rd December 6 PM

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“Eye-opening. I’m shocked, I never knew. All parents need to attend this.”

Neelam, parent

“Very informative, lots of information given in the simplest form. I’m already looking forward to sharing the book.”

Bill, grandparent and carer