If you are responsible for the online safety of children in your school, workplace or constabulary, book your place to attend this summit. Delegate places are FREE for teachers who bring along a Parent Governor to the summit email email@example.com for your booking code.
Let's work together to educate children and parents about keeping safe online.
“Many more children will be unwrapping smartphones and tablet devices on Christmas Day. For parents and children, the internet is fast becoming part of everyday life at work, at school and socially but parents are rightly wary about what children are being exposed to online.
We have worked with industry to make it far easier for parents to be confident their children are being protected. Parents need to think about putting filters on their accounts and finding out more about keeping children safe online."
RT Hon Maria Miller - Secretary of State for Culture, Media & Sport.
‘’The networking, stalls and overall ethos of wanting to make a difference, was fantastic.’’ Luke Roberts, Anti-Bullying Alliance
‘’excellent speakers and very good time allocation excellent networking opportunities’’ Penelope O'Meara Teacher/Tutor Barnet Southgate College
‘’Range of speakers, useful to have Police input and some of the key agecnies as well as MPs. The tweet wall was a good idea and allowed participation. Some of the workshops looked positive and I wish I could have attended more of them!’’ Rebecca Avery, Kent County Council
’Some events you go to and it appears people are going through the motions, today had a real feel good ethic and a desire for the greater good.’’ Matt Farrell, ICT Co-ordinator Everton Nursery School and Family Centre
‘’Very powerful speakers, who gave excellent presentations and some of the facts and figures was a shock for me and I work in the law enforcement field.’’ Alex Meade, Dorset Police.
‘’The strong points of the event were the clear focus on the agenda of Child Protection and consistent message. There was a positive atmosphere and a "can do attitude" despite tackling a very serious and at sometimes deeply emotional issue.’’ The Trinity School, Nottingham