By Haddenham Webteam - 18th September 2013 8:00am
Sadly, cyber bullying and its devastating consequences have, once again hit the headlines over the summer months.
Keeping our children 'cyber safe' has to be a priority as ownership of smartphones and access to online gaming, social networking and internet sites becomes more readily available to our young children.
Knowledge is power... know the risks and learn about measures that you can put in place now, before your child becomes more techno-savvy than you!
Parents and carers of school age children are invited to a McAfee Cyber Safety Presentation on Thursday 26th September at 6.30pm at Haddenham Community Junior School.
This will last for approximately an hour with an opportunity to ask questions at the end. We hope that you will want to update your knowledge of the risks for young people and confirm your attendance via the school office: Tel: 291829
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