Engaging our parents in the Cybersafety conversation

This week is National Cyber Safety Week. Throughout this week we have been engaging in conversation with our students, teachers and parents about the issues surrounding cybersafety and keeping our children safe and sensible online. It is so important that we work with our parent community to empower them with knowledge, awareness and a positive attitude towards learning in an online world. Click on ‘Engaging Communities‘ to learn more about how St Thomas More Primary has tried to engage in conversation with our parent community.


About Kate Korber

I'm a passionate educator who loves helping teachers and parents understand how to engage our students in this digital world. I'm also a new Mum who is learning to tackle the everyday challenges of learning to be a parent of a beautiful baby girl. In this blog, I share stories of mayhem, milestones and fabulous finds from the mouths of Mothers!
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2 Responses to Engaging our parents in the Cybersafety conversation

  1. Sarah says:

    Dear Sir, Madam
    I am writing to request permission to use cyber safety logo from your website.
    I am a year 11 student, and I am doing an ICT (computing) assessment on Cyber Safety. This is an internal assessment that allows us (the students) to use content straight from websites, so as to not have to write our own content. We must however reference the URL and have permissions to use this information.
    I would be delighted to receive permission to use the relevant image from your website.

    Yours Faithfully, Sarah MacManus.

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