Safe Online Parenting

 

 

  

 

This workshop is designed to raise parent's awareness of the 7 key aspects of internet safety as well helping them understand the benefits and risks associated with online gaming. 

 

 

We have had the pleasure of running this workshop with over 2000 parents and have received tremendous feedback.

 

 

The workshop can be run by EyePAT Tutors, or alternatively the school can purchase the materials to run it themselves by clicking here. 

 

To book your workshop, don't hesistate to call us on 01446 795055.
 
 
 
This session covers:
 
 
Cyber-bullying and Trolling
 

Understanding the migration of bullying from the playground to the internet

 

Guidelines to understanding, recognising and preventing cyber bullying

 

 

Sexting

 

Sexting - What is it?

 

Understanding txt speak

 

How many young people are really sexting

 

Repercussions of holding or sending sexted images in terms of possession and or distributing child abuse images

 
 
Inappropriate Web Sites and Images
 

Prevention of child exposure to images of pornography, sexual abuse and brutality, extreme horror, anorexic or bullemic sites, extremism and more.

 

 
Risks of Online Gaming
 

The impact of a child spending long hours playing computer games and how to deter this

 

How paedophiles use online gaming to reach children from as young as 6

 

Gaming cheats for “sale”

 
 
 
Grooming
 

Advice from CEOP on child safety

 

Understanding how a paedophile ring works together

 

Virtual grooming via webcam networking

 

Chat rooms and danger words to look out for e.g. LMIRL, ASL PC, 9

 
 
Identity theft
 

Preventing your child from disclosing passwords and personal information

 

 

Latest Testimonial:

 

"Penny’s dynamic  training has enabled staff, parents and pupils to review their use of the Internet and to consider how they could use various straightforward measures to ensure our pupils are safe online. The results of the pupil questionnaire were very interesting and have given parents and teachers an insight into pupil use of the internet. We are very grateful to Penny for her hard work both in preparing for the workshops and for the professional presentation on the day.

 

Penny’s passion and drive for  keeping children safe is inspirational. Thank you."

 

Anne Bowerman

Deputy Head, 

 

 

For more information or to book your workshop now, don't hesistate to call us on 01446 795055

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