Are You Concerned About How Your Child Uses the Internet or Mobile Phone?
Does computer access cause arguments between you and your child?
Do you worry that your child is vulnerable to cyber bullying and other inappropriate use of the internet?
Do you worry about how to keep your child safe on the internet as he/she grows towards the teenage years?
We can help...
If any of these questions are a concern for you, or could become a concern, we can help. Join us on Monday 27 March at 7.00 - 8.30pm in the school hall for a presentation and Q&A with John Parsons, New Zealand’s highly respected cyber safety expert.
Cybercrime is a very real issue facing families in NZ, but there are easy practical steps to help prevent it. In this presentation John will cover:
Learning to repel & report
Future proofing for employment
We will also talk about how to set up good habits for computer use, how to avoid (or at least reduce) arguments about computer use at home, and how to support your child to make the internet a positive experience. Share and hear ideas and strategies from other parents - know that you are not alone in trying to manage safe internet and computer use.
To confirm your attendance at Monday’s cyber safety presentation please return the information slip that was sent to all families this week, or contact the school office,
Educating young people to understand the value of their online identity is
the first step to using ICT safely
Educating young people to respect and protect the identity of friends and family is the second step
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