Educating & Empowering Children in a Digital World
Friday June 1st – UK Fast Emporium – Manchester

Child Internet Safety returns for a fifth year to bring together front line practitioners who work with children on a daily basis to explore how we can empower children to be resilient in a digital world.

Topic include but will not be limited to:
* Helping pupils with mental health issues that develop as a result of being online.
* Gaming Addiction – prevention is better than cure.
* Empowering positive body images in a digital world.
* Celebrating the internet by exploring the good and great.
* Social Media monitoring, staying ahead of the trends.

Registration to attend is free for teachers from state-funded schools.

Tickets go on sale soon.

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Child Internet Safety Summit

The fourth annual Child Internet Safety summit brought together officials from across the education sector and those responsible for safeguarding children. Senior officials including Heads of ICT in Local and Central Government/Education departments and Head Teachers, Police, IT Managers, Social Services and E-safety experts all came together to establish how we can educate children to avoid becoming the victims of online predators.

This unique platform, recognised on a global scale as the only one of its kind, aims to equip teachers, front line practitioners and parents with the skills, knowledge and resources to convey important age-appropriate messages within the classroom and beyond.