Learn how to keep your child safe online

(Published on 30/05/2018)

Parents in South Oxfordshire and the Vale of White Horse who have a child at primary school can sign up for a free session about how to keep their child safe online.

On Tuesday 3 July, e-safety experts Computing Champions will be visiting Cornerstone Arts Centre in Didcot to advise parents on the dangers of a variety of technologies in the home, and talk to them about how to make their child ‘share aware’, preventing access to inappropriate content, appropriate use of social media and safe online gaming.

There are two sessions available, at 5pm or 6pm.  To book yourself a place at one of the free workshops visit www.southoxon.gov.uk/safeonline or www.whitehorsedc.gov.uk/safeonline.  Spaces are limited so book now to guarantee a space.

Funding for the training was provided by the South and Vale Community Safety Partnership.

The South and Vale Community Safety Partnership is made up of representatives from the following organisations - South Oxfordshire District Council, Vale of White Horse District Council, Thames Valley Police, Oxfordshire Fire and Rescue Service, Oxfordshire County Council, Public Health, NHS Oxfordshire, Soha, Sovereign Vale Housing, and Thames Valley Probation Service.