Digital Wellbeing: Protecting Pupils Online Conference – Friday 9 June 2017

Research shows that over 80% of 12-15 year-olds own a smartphone, with many spending the majority of their free time online. E-safety now permeates all aspects of PSHE and there is a growing recognition that schools need to offer pupils up-to-date help and guidance to ensure their online lives are healthy and safe.

Hampton School’s Digital Wellbeing conference will be held in association with leading e-safety specialists Digital Awareness UK.  It will offer those attending valuable insight into the online world inhabited by young people and the associated risks and dangers.  A range of experts in this field will share their knowledge and offer practical guidance on the measures schools can take to protect themselves and the young people in their care.  Speakers on the day will also include Lorin LaFave, whose 14-year-old son Breck Bednar was tragically murdered after being groomed online.  Parent Zone will be offering advice over how school staff can work productively in partnership with parents to tackle digital dangers.

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