Why 99% of Parents recommend our Online Safety Talk for Parents

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Let's get real! Parents need help

Today, it is crucial for parents to have frank, honest, and real discussions with their children about online safety. The Internet is a fantastic resource for learning, connecting with others, and exploring new interests. It can also be a dangerous place for children who lack the knowledge to navigate it safely.   Parents need to keep children online 

  • Gaming Xbox, PlayStation, Nintendo.
  • Social Media profile
  • The Importance of Privacy Settings
  • Safe Search, Block content

A well-managed profile and safety approach to gaming is the route to happiness online. Email us for Bookings


One of the worst threats a child can face online is cyberbullying, which takes many forms, for example. 

  • Name-calling 
  • Teasing, 
  • Spreading rumours, 
  • Threats of violence.

Parents must educate their children about cyberbullying, how to recognize it, and what to do if they or someone they know is being bullied online. Talks are available worldwide on Zoom, US Bookings are not available US evening time. 

Inappropriate & Explicit Content

Exposure to inappropriate content like explicit images, videos, or language is very damaging. Online predators may attempt to groom them for sexual purposes. 

Parents must emphasize the importance of not sharing personal information online and monitor their children's online activity.

Children will fall prey to scams, phishing attempts, and other forms of online fraud, and parents must teach them how to identify and avoid such scams. Parents should encourage their children to be cautious when sharing personal information or making purchases online.

  • Switch-off In-App Purchasing
  • Delete all cards from Browser
  • Always type card details for each purchase
  • Don't let Vendors cod you into saving cards details online

Having to type in data is a proven way to reduce impulse purchases.

Pros & Cons of the Internet for Kids

Parents must embrace open and transparent conversations with them about the pros and cons of the internet. This will encourage children to feel more comfortable telling their parents when see something online unpleasant, weird or perverted. 

Establish clear rules and boundaries for their children's online activity. Make extra time a privilege, not a right.

  • Limiting screen time, 
  • Monitoring their online activity, 
  • Ask permission before downloading new apps or accessing new websites.

Parents must ensure that their children know how to report any issues or concerns they may have while using the internet, such as cyberbullying, inappropriate content, or suspicious behaviour from strangers online.

In conclusion, by having open honest conversations, establishing clear rules and boundaries, and monitoring their children's online activity, parents can protect their children from the worst of the internet.

5 things kids must protect forever

  • Name
  • Age Date of Birth
  • Address
  • Phone
  • Email 

All about common sense!

It's not just names, schools, home addresses, nicknames, friends' names, city or town, or phone numbers. It is everything, even your dog's name.

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five things to protect online, name, age, date of birth, address, phone, email
Snowy the dog, is a very clever way to trick a nine-year-old girl on Instagram. All about common sense.

In 2021 we heard of this clever entrapment from the Police in West Hampstead about a 9-year-old girl.

They tricked her into giving a stranger her dog's name, 'Snowy', which she thought was harmless. A year later, he re-approached her online (through Instagram) and asked her how her dog 'Snowy' was. She dropped her guard and agreed to meet him a few days later, mistaking him for some long-lost relative or old family friend. 

First, this conversation ought to have never taken place. Second, it shows how clever people can be when entrapping children online. Email us for School Booking

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