Net Respect in School - KEEP I.T CLEAN
The Social Impact of Technology
“It is a fundamental right for a child to be a child, and the duty of mature people, adults and professionals to ensure that young adulthood and childhood is protected against the inroads of those who exploit its immaturity in a digital world.
Moral and social pollution caused by the misuse of technology and social media needs radical reforms. Education is the key, and the starting point of change. Social responsibility is ours to teach that “The net is NOT the norm”.
President of Net Respect Training.
Misuse and Abuse - Safeguarding Online Reputations and Rules
It’s not children who use the internet irresponsibly, its ADULTS .Children will copy.
Adults should teach kids about the dangers that can be and ARE ....online.
Adults should show them how to use the internet and digital technology appropriately and resposibly.
- Most inappropriate content is adult placed , putting inappropriate content there in the first place.Children see this and feel its acceptable to do the same.
- If we do not educate now , we run the risk of having a "social breakdown" . Our next generation will become socially inept and isolated or loose valuable communication skills .
- X box,
- PS 4,
- Nintendo DS and 3DS,
- i phones,
- i pads
Face to face communication will eventually stop in the future if we do not show children a better way of e-Life
Net Respect Training North West Schools
Net Respect Training, North East Schools
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Parents and Teachers Together Scheme.
Facebook Kudos is measured by how many online friends kids have. Popularity is an important part of children’s social status and virtual lives. From our experience and research children are leaving themselves wide open to online social networking predators, bullies and internet social networkers who misuse social media and the internet.
The desire to be grown up, fuelled by adolescent hormones is driving Girls as young as 8 to add grown men , who they don't know on to their friends lists. This needs to stop, parents need to know, schools need to take action and we are here to do just that.
Net Respect has a Facebook page and to keep it safe, we only add children we have met personally in schools that have taken part in our training program. We then give online instant help if one of your pupils is worried or threatened online. We can also monitor their online activity for parents FREE .
Facebook Danger input is vital. Do not let one of your pupils be the next to go on a meeting with a stranger they don't know.
With PATT , designed by Net Respect Director , Jo Schumacher Cert Ed. Jo is an ex police officer with Merseyside Police and realised through her teaching , that schools have a hard job engaging parents to take more responsibility for their children’s online safety. Parent and Teachers Together (PATT) is coming to schools across the North West.
It is a simple solution, parents pay £2 with a consent form, school provide the venue in class, we train, and your pupils stay safe and gain new online awareness skills. Email us now for the consent forms to send home and run this cost effective campaign in school. Don't have one of your pupils be front page news. This needs to be addressed now.
Contact Email. : firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Price: Only £2.00 per pupil - Parents pay this.
Venue : Onsite at school
Session Time: 45 mins per class