This practical, non-technical training will provide you with the essential information you need for keeping your child safe online. Topics included in the training are:  Parental Controls;  Social Media & YouTube; Online Games; Cyberbullying; Grooming and Child Exploitation; and Creating a Family Agreement.  By attending the training, you will also receive a Free E-Book from OpenView Education: Keeping Children Safe Online.  It is still not too late to book a place at the workshop on Monday but please remember this is very much an adult-only event – the content will not be suitable for younger siblings.

In advance of the above, OpenView Education visited Hampton Pre-Prep & Prep today to deliver a series of workshops to the children, starting with Reception, Years 1 and 2. Engaging and relevant drama-based workshops, created by CEOP Ambassadors, sought to empower the children to become digitally resilient.  For those unfamiliar with CEOP, it stands for the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre, who work with safeguarding and child protection partners across the UK and overseas. CEOP protects children from harm online and offline with a focus on child sexual exploitation and online protection issues.  Please do talk to your child this weekend about their takeaways from taking part in these fun sessions today – hopefully they will have plenty to tell you!

The recipient of the Courtesy Cup and Badge was Jacob Ra (Year 1) for always displaying beautiful manners to his teachers and friends.


and Stars of the Week went to the following children:

Year 2: Max for his excellent work in maths this week.  Keep it up!

Year 1: Jacob Ri for his excellent effort in his maths tasks this week.  Keep it up!

Reception: Karam for his fabulous independent writing in his Super Sonic Phonic lesson.