Cyber Safety Education Night For Parents 26 Nov


Event Details


Being held at The Forest High School, Frenchs Forest

A Free talk for parents on parenting in the digital age, how to connect with your digital native children and keep up to date with where they are going online!

A quarter of Australian children have reported that they have been bullied online, with many more inadvertently coming Across Adults-only content on their home computer or mobile device.

Cyber Safety Advocate and Mum of 4, Leonie Smith says it’s time parents of primary and high school students had their home computers and mobile devices set up for safe online use.

Leonie has more than 17 years online experience in computing, online marketing and social media and will discuss strategies on how to keep lines of communication open with our children in regards to their online lives at this Cyber Safety Presentation.

The presentation will include:

-Updates on the latest in apps and platforms
-Safe search settings
-Dangerous apps and blogging sites
-What is cyber bullying?
-Gaming + internet addiction solutions
-Finding reliable resources for parents
-Common traps for young people
-Q&A with Leonie Smith, teachers and the police.

Tuesday 26th November, The Forest High, Frenchs Forest

Will be held from 7-8.30pm. The information nights are FREE but bookings are essential on
nikki.welch@warringah.nsw.gov.au
or for more information call 9942 2681.

 

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