Please join us and our host from BeSecureOnline for a Talk on how to keep your children safe online. The session will cover a range of important topics that concern parents, including:
For Primary School Parents, these are some of the issues;
Tuesday XXth November
12.00 – 13:15 incl. Q&A
Please click here to join Meeting ID: 863 8874 XXXX Passcode: 091XXX
You will need Passcode for logging in with WhatsApp
The link is only available from our front desk. BeSecureOnline can not for obvious reasons send you the link.
Change details as needed, suggestions below
Tend to focus on Gaming, Sexting, Social Media, Bullying, Sexting
More interactive, Online Reputation, What my Phone says about me, The Law, The Police, Border Control. Making sure my phone works for me and not against me.
Ahead of the session it would be helpful to understand any topics you are interested in hearing about with regards to keeping your child safe online. Please take 2 minutes to complete this survey.
Link here :> Parental Survey
Or copy this into browser >>> https://besecureonline.co.uk/Information/Parental-Survey
We will enrol parents who complete this parental survey for free as a talk bonus. Email club is a series of over 50 emails including information, tips, tricks and offers for building internet safety in the home. Read 2 out 5 emails every couple of weeks to make your kids much safer.
Talks start on time, last about 55 minutes, with questions directly and via chat. Questions will normally bring talk to 75 minutes.
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