Raising a child in the modern world can feel daunting and full of possible dangers. With reports in the news of children being groomed online and connecting with strangers through online games and platforms, parents need to be fully informed of what can be done about it.
Next week is National Online Safety week, and whilst the children will be covering this in school, will follow up links and activities sent out for home learning, we thought you may appreciate being armed with information too.
We have invited the NSPCC to come and give talks on two of their initiatives which you will find supportive. These will take place on Monday 6th February in the school hall - Talk PANTS 2:40-3:10 and Online Safety 3:20-4:20
The workshops are not suitable for children, and so, if your child is not at tennis or Out of School Club, whilst the online safety workshop takes place, we will have children in a classroom to watch a CBBC programme.
You can find out about the NSPCC initiatives here:
Talk PANTS & Join Pantosaurus - The Underwear Rule | NSPCC
Teaching Your Child about Internet & Online Safety | NSPCC
We will provide tea and coffee during the sessions for a small donation which will go towards School Fund.