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Online Safety (For Parents) ages 4- 7

Are you a parent or carer of a child aged between 4 -7? This online course covers essential topics such as:

  • Understanding what young children are seeing & doing online
  • First devices - what, when and why
  • Data privacy - What information and ways children share their (and your data online)
  • Age-appropraite apps
  • YouTube & YouTube Kids - what you need to know!
  • Screentime

This course has been designed to remove the overwhelm of knowing where and when to start when it comes to online safety and young children.  Giving you the tools and confidence to put strong foundations in place to set your child up for a safe and healthy online experience both now and in the future!

Online Safety (For Parents) ages 8-12

Got a Tech loving Tween in your house? The 'Tween' age (8-12) is a crucial time to be talking to your child about online safety. It's when they become more curious, have more unsupervised access to the internet and for many get their first phone. But, for Parents, knowing where, when or how to start is no easy feat!

This course will help you do just that. Understand their online world, know the risks of the different platforms and how to set them up for a safe and healthy online experience. We'll cover:

  • Cyberbullying
  • Screentime
  • Social Media
  • YouTube
  • Protecting your child's data & privacy online
  • Making friends online - who is your child talking to

And SO MUCH MORE! 

Protecting Your Child Online. 3 Essential Steps For Parents of 7 - 12yr Olds!

3 Essential Online Safety Steps Every Parent of 7 - 12years Olds Need To Take
The 'Tween' age (7-12) is a crucial time to be talking to your child about online safety. It's when they become more curious, have more unsupervised access to the internet and for many get their first phone. But, for Parents, knowing where to start is no easy feat!  

Follow these 3 steps to help your child stay safer online - from today! 




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Are you a parent who's child has online access?

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Not sure where or when to start when it comes to online safety and your child(ren) - It can be hard to navigate online risks as a parent or teacher. This is the starting point for you. 

Get access to this free resource hub for tools, tips and resources to help you keep your child(ren) safer online. Once you've joined you will automatically get all future updates and content sent through as it is released. 

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Social Media: The Influencers Versus The Influenced

Worried that you don't know enough about the social media platforms your child is on? Feel like you can't keep up with which platform is coming next? 

This online course will cover:

  • The impact of social media on young people and children today
  • The 4 main social media platforms used by young people currently. 
  • TikTok, Snapchat, YouTube & Instagram - what are the risks and how can you set parental controls or boundaires in place.
  • An overview of other upcoming apps and platforms to be aware of and which to avoid at all costs.
  • Real Life V Online Life - how to help your child build resilience against the 'perfect' online world
  • Protect their privacy. How to set your child up for a fearless future by not oversharing
  • Social Media - The Benefits. Help your teen make social media work for them.

Pornography & Sexual Content

Once your child has access to the internet, the risk of them being exposed to porn or sexual content/situations is there.  The average a child is exposed to porn is 11 years old! 

This can be a challenging topic for some families to discuss, but as this shocking statistic shows it needs to be a priority for all parents. 

In this course you will discover how and when to have conversations with your child about pornography and sexual content and ensure they know what to do if they are exposed to explicit or harmful content.

Make sure your child learns about this from you - not the internet! 

Digital Defense 101: The Parent's Starter Toolkit for Online Safety

Tween years at school constantly deliver a whole mix of emotions. It's a busy time, a time when their online worlds become more important to them, new experiences, peer pressure and desire to 'fit in' all add to the mix. 

Keeping up with what your child is doing and seeing online can feel impossible with everything else that's going on.  Keeping on top of school admin can feel like a full time job in itself!! 

BUT... This is really a crucial time to be on top of online safety as there are a lot of new influences and access that come into your childs world during this stage, some of which are out of your control, other which you can absolutely minimise risks. By knowing what to look for, what conversations to be having with your child and what controls you can put in place, you can take huge steps to keep your childs online experience a happy and healthy one. 

Family Tech Agreements

Creating a family technology use agreement with your child, whatever their age, can be a great way to establish healthy screen time habits and ensure their safety while using digital devices. 

Pick which one(s) suits your child's age the best and feel free to edit as suits YOUR family and child. 

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