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NSPCC launch new tools to help parents ensure children are ‘#shareaware’

Posted on by Judy Molyneux

The NSPCC have updated their #ShareAware campaign with new resources to enable parents and carers to ‘untangle’ the online world and to help them to teach the children to be ‘Share Aware’.

The campaign focuses on the need to talk to children about online safety, much like we do “real” world safety such as crossing the road, bullying and speaking to strangers. School staff, parents and carers are an essential part of the T.E.A.M that helps keep children safe online:

T = Talk about staying safe online

E = Explore their online world together

A = Agree rules about what is ok and what’s not

M = Manage your family’s settings and controls

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