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4 tips to get involved with your child’s social media


From the eSafety Cyberbullying Team

As parents, we deal with issues of online safety on a daily basis. Latest research by the Office of the eSafety Commissioner also shows the pandemic has been particularly stressful for people with children at home.

If you’re feeling overwhelmed and unsure about how to keep your children safe online, check out their latest blog. These simple tips to get involved with your child’s social media can start you on your journey – or help you pick it up again if it has been a little neglected.

For further tips about staying safe online, head to the Tips on how to stay safe online during the COVID-19 pandemic section of their website.

Mr Len Watson (Coolock) & Mr Matthew Smith (St Mary’s), Pastoral Care Directors