Join us and help keep all children safe online!
O2 and the NSPCC have got together to help everyone stay safe online – sometimes called e-safety. As part of their work, they are running a FREE workshop for parents. This will explain their child’s online world and get them ready to chat to their children about online safety. This is running on Friday 30 June from 9am to 10am and we’d encourage as many parents as possible to sign up.
Mr Gilmour explains it this way: the internet is like Portsmouth. It’s a great place to be and lots of fun but there are places that are not suitable for children. We would never dream of letting our children go off on their own to Guildhall Walk at midnight – some of us wouldn’t even want to do it ourselves! The same applies to the internet: there are places where children must not go and there are places where we need to go with them!
A letter should have come home with a slip to return booking your place – if you haven’t got this, please come in and see the office. For more information, go to https://www.nspcc.org.uk/what-we-do/about-us/partners/nspcc-o2-online-safety-partnership/ or call 0808 8005002 or see an O2 guru in one of their shops.
All of these works supports our Brunel Value of nurturing and our duty to keep children safe. Thank you!