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St Brendans, Birr
Spoke to all years & Parents
Great Speakers, Students really enjoyed talks!
Kilkenny College, Kilkenny
Sexting, Online Reputation, Data privacy
Youthreach, Pleasant Street, D8.
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St Josephs of Cluny, Killiney, Co Dublin
Sexting, Snapchat, Online Reputation
The Feedback was fantastic.
Nastasha Drew, Blackrock College, Co Dublin
Social Media, Online Etiquette.
Internet safety, Cyberbullying, Sexting, Wellbeing, Social Media Behaviour and Online Reputation are real issues affecting the youth of today. Secondary schools are a minefield for cyberbullying and negative online interactions. It's vital that these issues and the impact they can have is explained to Teens in an accessible, frank and realistic manner. Booking enquiry
Online digital presence is the key to your older student's future and it needs to be managed accordingly. Our internet safety talks are aimed at helping teens understand the importance of their online reputation and how to maintain positive online interaction.
Our internet safety talks for teens are age appropriate - we speak to:
We concentrate on internet safety, online bullying, internet privacy and sexting, and deliver the pitfalls of each in a manner that is easy to comprehend and relate to.
The World Health Organisation estimates that up to 95% of all internet chatter is positive and re-enforces good behavioural norms, however, the remaining 5% is where negative online interactions feature. Our internet safety talks aim to eliminate the remaining 5% by empowering youth with the information they need in order to make better decisions online.
Over the years one theme has remained constant - how little students actually understand about the internet and its magnitude.
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A day seminar, Saturday 7th Sept on the important topic of social media, online safety. Our company runs 100’s of Schools talks annually in the UK and Ireland around this subject, bringing fresh thinking and an alternative point of view.
Schools and Teachers have been left to deal with this on their own, many Teachers resent this, in both primary and post primary Schools because there are so many sensitive embracing topics Sexting, Hate messaging, cyber bullying, Snapchat incidents etc.
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