Educating students about internet safety can be difficult, especially with constantly changing technologies and classroom time constraints. Our workshops provide up to date information and advice on current technology and trends in an informal and fun way, covering topics likecyber-bullying, stranger danger, creating a positive digital footprint and the negative impact social media can have on us as internet users
Our post primary workshops can be tailored to any year group. Our aim is to inform the students about the dangers that they may encounter online and through this knowledge create a positive digital footprint which they can be proud of. Topics include sexting, gambling, cyber-bullying, predators, pornography, gaming.
Our workshops educate parents and carers in the practical skills needed to set up parental controls and protect their children online while using their devices. We also provide knowledge on how to keep children safe while using some of the frequently used social media sites and tips on dealing with cyber-bullying. These workshops can be carried out with extended schools programmes, community and voluntary organisations or corporate organisations to support your employees
Our teacher workshops are designed to provide school staff with up to date information and knowledge on the issues that students may be facing in their online life and the potential dangers - in turn allowing your school to provide effective pastoral care and support in this area. We also cover personal use of social media and the internet, raising awareness of the importance of protecting their reputation and how to deal with negative online activity