We know our stuff so our sessions are engaging, informative and highly interactive. We tailor them to be relevant to each group of children or parents.
We run age-appropriate online safety sessions for 3rd to 6th class children. We tailor to each specific group and cover a range of topics such as online reputations, social media, gaming, and cyberbullying
Our hugely informative and popular parents talks are up to 90 minutes long including time for Q&A and can be scheduled for school drop-off time or in the evening in order to suit as many parents as possible
We offer a number of corporate packages to support parents in the workplace, providing practical advice on how to protect children online and empower them to use technology in a stronger, smarter & safer way
Very well delivered workshop. Pupils were very involved in group discussion. I felt that showing children how to make their online profiles more private is very beneficial.Cian O'Sullivan - Teacher at St Raphaels, Ballyfermot
Very informative. Pitched at the right level for 5th Class. Good tips & adviceAnnemarie Madden - Teacher at The Harold, Glasthule
Excellent session. Children enjoyed and it was set at an appropriate level for them and the popular website/games were discussed. Clear message of good practice was given givenRonan Keddy - Teacher at Newtownmountkennedy NS
In addition to using our extensive expertise in this area, we consult on a regular basis with children and young people, teachers, schools and parents to help us keep our interactive sessions and messaging relevant to Irish children’s online experiences. We also work closely with leading Internet Safety organisations outside of Ireland so that everything we do takes into account international best practice in the online safety domain. Since January 2016, we have reached over 14,000 Irish children directly through our CyberSafeSchools education programme.
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We tailor our talks to every school, organisation or group we work with. Please get in touch to discuss your needs and receive a quote.