Vodafone Digital Parenting 4th Edition now available!

The fantastic new issue of Digital Parenting magazine is out this week. Packed with great articles on everything from cyberbullying to whether online games are damaging children, it’s got everything that parents and carers need to know about keeping children safe online and is free to order for schools/education settings, police forces and organisations working with families.

The Digital Parenting magazine has vital, up-to-date information for parents at both primary and secondary schools. This issue looks at when to get your child’s first phone, what technology is right for different stages and how parents can make the most of their children’s digital future – along with nine practical pages of how-to guides to setting up parental controls. This edition also explores the need for parents to consider age appropriate technology choices and will demystify the tools and settings available on different services and platforms. Digital Parenting, now in it’s 4th edition contains articles from experts including Sonia Livingstone, Professor of Media and Communications at LSE and Sarah Brennan, Chief Executive of Young Minds.

Schools and settings can order  free copies  on The Parent Zone’s website now!

It is also available online here
Also don’t forget that the Parent Zone is organising a Digital Families conference on the 15th October 2015 in London. To find out more contact yasmin@theparentzone.co.uk or visit www.theparentzone.co.uk

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