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Parenting in the Digital Age

After a recent Primary School Conference organised by Bury Council, the report from it highlighted some issues around E-safety and pupil and parent awareness of the issues of protecting children around E-safety and their on-line behaviour and lack of self protection on-line, particularly with primary school children.

Parenting in the Digital Age (or PitDA for short) is a new programme to help parents apply their parenting skills to the online world.

“Digital Parenting” also has excellent advice and guidance for parents and professionals alike around E-safety;


Click on links below for conference reports:

Bury Circles of Influence Report  2014

Primary conference report 2014


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