Internet Safety Workshops
UPDATE 7 MAR MAKE SURE TO REGISTER IN ADVANCE FOR THIS WEBINAR!
(Registration link sent home via email)
We are pleased to tell you that we have booked a series of ONLINE WORKSHOPS on the important topic of INTERNET SAFETY and CYBER BULLYING for both PUPILS (1st Class upwards) and PARENTS.
These are live Zoom sessions (ie not pre-recorded) and will take place next THURSDAY 10th MARCH. Pupil workshops will take place during the school day, while the parent workshop will take place at 7pm.
The sessions are one hour in duration. People can log in from 15 minutes beforehand and the facilitators are available for questions afterwards if necessary.
A LINK TO REGISTER FOR THE PARENT SESSION WILL BE SENT TO ALL PARENTS FROM 1st CLASS UPWARDS EARLY NEXT WEEK.
Topics for PUPILS 1st & 2nd Class:
How to wear a seatbelt while using the Internet
Apps and games children are playing
Superheroes - who are they (Mum, Dad & Guardians)
Cyberbullying (how to stop, dock, block & tell)
Reporting stuff to your Superheroes
Fake accounts & tricky apps
Make your accounts private
The granny rule and the T-shirt rule
Making good decisions
Topics for PUPILS 3rd to 6th Class:
The connected world that we live in
Bad news about social media
Think before you post
How to safely post images & videos
How to defend against nasty people
App & Game age limits
Age of Digital Consent
Topics for PARENTS:
Legislation and the implications around Cyberbullying for you and your child
Apps to avoid and how Apps can be designed for malicious purposes.
Gaming and Internet addiction
The consequences to publishing, posting, sending and uploading inappropriate content
The dangers of sexting & the legal ramifications of using Social Media inappropriately.
Technology solutions, tips and advice that can be used to manage our children's online activities.
The value of 'old fashioned' parenting techniques.
The topics above form the basis for more discussion on a wider range of issues.