Microsoft parents e-safety training event for schools

Microsoft UK are offering Schools the chance to offer and host free online sessions for parents on internet safety to support Safer Internet Day 2010 on the 9th February and the launch of the new digital code for children “Zip it, Block it, Flag it”. Places are limited and Microsoft are asking that schools register by the 28th January if they wish to join

These virtual sessions offer schools the opportunity to host a parents evening with a presentation led by a Microsoft volunteer to inform and educate parents on the technology their children are using and how they can keep them safe when online.

These sessions are free and all you need is to be able to connect to the internet on a screen or whiteboard and parents will be able to see the presentation and any questions can be submitted.

For more information and to see how to book please follow this link or visit Microsoft’s website directly here

 

For more information on SID 10 and to register activities taking place in your school visit www.thinkuknow.co.uk/saferinternetdayuk

Don’t forget to let us know your plans for Safer Internet Day by commenting below or emailing the e-Safety officer: esafetyofficer@kent.gov.uk

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