Technology has changed the way children and young people interact and communicate with each other. The gap in communication between adults and young people is widening and many parents feel overwhelmed with the rapid pace of emerging technologies. Online and Mobile misuse is on the increase and can have devastating consequences for children and young people, conﬁdent with technology but not yet emotionally equipped to deal with negative experiences in a public environment.
Beat the CyberBully supports parents in narrowing the communications gap, reducing online vulnerability and building resilience with Online Life-Skill Awareness Sessions. For information on the nearest session to you please click here or if you would like Beat the CyberBully to run a session for your community group, your children’s school or at a local event call 050 7198467 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Parents: KEEP UP WITH YOUR KID ONLINE
Providing the real picture and awareness for parents of their childrens online socialisation. This programme raises awareness of how to keep children safe online, recognise cyberbullying and bystanding behaviour and be responsible, involved and encouraging of explorative and positive online use.
Dont take our word for it. Here’s what parents have to say about the ‘Keep up with your Kid Online’ awareness session:
‘Absolutely brilliant!. A real eye-opener!. A must for all schools near and far.
‘Good luck in educating us parents – we need it!’
‘Would really love a course that would go into all this in detail’.
‘Very helpful and informative talks’.
‘Very useful. And also a little scarey!‘
‘Brilliant presentation. Really helpful!’
‘Got a lot from. Would like another installment’.
‘We are so behind. It’s time we tried to catch up’
‘Parents are having these problems for the first time. Our parents did not have these problems. This has been so helpful’
‘You just don’t know where to start but this talk has given me the incentive to talk to my kids about what they do online!’
We engage with children and young people and those who work with them to promote safe, responsible and inspiring online communication.
The children and staff really enjoyed the event (‘Keep Safe and Have Fun Online’ School Assembly Talks) and feedback from the children and from the staff has been very positive. Wayne’s message was concise and clear and one which children will undoubtedly remember!.