Online Safety Newsletter June 2018_Thomas Gray


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A Parents’ Guide to Instagram – Click on the link



Cyber-bullying is bullying that takes place using technology. Whether on social media sites, through a mobile phone, or gaming sites, the effects can be devastating for the young person involved. There are ways to help prevent a child from being cyber-bullied and to help them cope and stop the bullying if it does happen. Parents and carers need to be aware that most children have been involved in cyber-bullying in some way, either as a victim, perpetrator, or bystander. By its very nature, cyber-bullying tends to involve a number of online bystanders and can quickly spiral out of control. Children and young people who bully others online do not need to be physically stronger and their methods can often be hidden and subtle.

Advice for Parents and Carers on Cyber-bullying


iOS7 Devices – newer iPhones and iPads Restrictions can still be placed on older devices in the same way although the settings may look slightly different.

In this tutorial you can learn how to set parental control on iPhone. (the same process can be applied on iPads)