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Review/Preview of the day & what was / will be said to the classes on the day
Best practice for their kids
Common sense guidelines & parental responsibilities
Advice for managing younger/older children
Reasonable internet/gaming time
Can I look/demand to look at Kids/Teenagers phones?
What’s the law? Legal Issues, Can Police get involved?
Protecting your children
Helping your children lead happy lives at school, home and play
We provide a range of talks aimed at all secondary school ages, from 1st year to TY and Leaving Cert students. The content varies slightly depending on age. Sessions run 45 minutes to 1 hour including questions and answers session.
Online safety when using social media, from Snapchat to Instagram etc.
Cyberbullying – its effects, consequences, strategies for dealing with bullying online, whether it’s you or your friends.
Appropriate sharing and content – what not to do; sexting, inappropriate selfies.
Includes content above, but with more of concentration on data privacy,
Online reputation and protecting yourself for the future.
Legal implications of sharing sexualised content or unsolicited images or texts
Help for frustrated parents who have enough of their teenagers online, teenagers complete disinterest in their own digital wellbeing and total disregard for the simple fact, the internet is a learned habit. Sounds good, read on.
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YouTube is the 2nd most popular site on the internet. Here's an updated 2021 review on keeping your kids safe on YouTube, including a Restricted Mode and YouTube for kids. Are they good enough?
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Internet safety thinking and the way it is talked about in schools needs major change since COVID19. Parents have new concerns, kids have new usage patterns and gaming has grown hugely. Social Media, bullying haven't gone away either. It is time for a change.
We've updated our rules and guidelines for schools, Principals, Parents. We need to challenge kids to put phones, games, social media away, to teach them how to balance the online and offline world following COVID19. Let's start by putting the device down. There are new rules now.
We've updated our guidelines for 5-8-year-olds on phones, everything changed over COVID19. Parents, Schools need updated guidance on time limits, phone addiction, games, YouTube and TikTok. The game is changing, parents need to be more vigilant than before. It's not getting easier.
Social media wasn't built for kids. Facebook was meant for college kids, Instagram owes its creation to its founder’s love of bourbon, and YouTube was a video dating site.
Kids under 13 already have online social lives. Building worlds socially on Minecraft, FaceTime with friends, and send texts and emojis through tools like Facebook Messenger. But they love social media especially TikTok, Snapchat and Instagram.
Gamers love their games, VPN provides essential safety, improves speed, avoids commonplace ISP throttling discriminating against gamers. Everything serious from an online safety provider gamer needs is covered by a good VPN.
Every day the police ask people to hand over their electronic devices including phones and individuals. Many people are left with the impression that they are under an obligation to do so.
We tried using Vypr VPN on BBC iPlayer on a Saturday. Vyper VPN didn't work and there was no support service available. Nord VPN worked immediately and have 24/7 service. Vyper never responded.
If your Kids aged 8-11 years of age? Here is some advice on managing their online internet safety, what to expect, what rules and guidelines to apply. Guidelines for Apps, Gaming and inernet safety