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Your Senior School Child’s Internet Journey

For many senior school children, their digital world might seem as important as the real world to them.  They might spend their evenings chatting to friends on Facebook, texting, watching and uploading videos on YouTube or downloading from iTunes....

Posted on 19 March 2015

Your Primary School Child’s Internet Journey

For young children, the internet and mobile devices are simply fun.  5 – 7 year olds might enjoy catching up with Peppa Pig,  Bob the Builder or Ben10.  Even if they are just for fun these kinds of devices and websites can help to teach younger...

Posted on 08 March 2013

Our Children’s Digital World

Young people today are growing up in a very different world to the one we did.  But we can’t use that as an excuse to sit back and watch.  We need to be as informed as they are and need to communicate to our children, even the younger ones, about...

Posted on 06 March 2015

Your Children’s Online Security

With hackers, phishing and spyware just a few of the potential threats in your child’s digital world, online and mobile security can seem confusing at times.  This article aims to answer some common questions. What online security issues should my...

Posted on 11 November 2015

Webinar: How to help your kids stay safe online

It’s important to teach our children as young as 3 yrs to be safe and aware online. Learn how to teach them through a video webinar – now available to view, whenever you want, on demand. Log into www.workingparentszone.co.uk and click on 'webinar...

Posted on 29 April 2015

Top tips to a happy summer holiday

Pleasant, carefree family-time to recuperate from a busy academic year. Or a grouchy trip complete with niggles, grumbles and the odd full-blown row? Family summer holidays have their highs and lows, but here are 5 steps to help avoid the pitfalls...

Posted on 04 July 2018

How to ensure your child has a healthy relationship with social media

Is social media “ripping apart the social fabric of how society works”? These are the words of a former Facebook executive, who recently expressed regret and guilt over his part in building tools for the social media network that are “destroying h...

Posted on 24 January 2018

Fortnite: Battle Royale – Harmless gaming craze or something to worry about?

Say “Fortnite” to any child over the age of eight, and the chances are that the reaction will be much more than a flicker of recognition. If that child isn’t already playing the game, then a friend probably is. Since its launch in September 2017,...

Posted on 24 April 2018