Thursday, 9 March 2017

Pornography and Young People - a workshop for parents and carers, Tuesday 28th March

‘Pornography has changed the landscape of adolescence beyond all recognition. (Daily Telegraph, 22 April 2015)CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection) tells us that nowadays most teenagers (and many younger children) have watched pornography, seen it without wanting to, or been affected by it indirectly. The Naked Truth is an organisation which gives parental guidance on phones, filters and digital dangers. Following the popular parenting course ‘Parentalk’ that is taking place at Cherwell this term, there will be an evening workshop on Tuesday March 28th to help parents and carers tackle and talk about the issue of pornography and internet safety presented by the Naked Truth Project. The workshop is open to all parents and carers from Cherwell school and Wolvercote and Cutteslowe Primary Schools . As well as equipping us to support children who are exposed to pornography they will also teach us practical ways to keep our youngsters safe online generally. This is not an event that is appropriate for children to attend.

Details:


  • Date: Tuesday 28th March, 7.30 – 9.30pm
  • Venue: The Cherwell School North Site
  • Cost: £3 (Cheques made payable to River Learning Trust please)
  • Booking: Please complete the reply slip attached and return with payment to the red box (Reception South Site, Finance Office North Site)

The Workshop will include:

    Up to date information regarding online and digital culture 

  • Access to the PG parents’ pack - a comprehensive digital resource available exclusively to those that attend the workshop 
  • Practical tips for different ages and stages. Both the workshop and PG parents’ pack has content for young children (8-12) and teenagers (13-18) 
  • Advice for protecting younger children from accidental exposure, installing filters, safe searches etc. The pack includes step by step videos for setting up these features
  • Information regarding mobile technology, apps and helpful way to restrict or monitor internet use 
  • Advice for engaging with older children and teenagers and having healthy conversations regarding their online world 


If you have any further enquiries please contact the Parentalk team via email.

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