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PSHE Booster on Social Media

17 May 2018

Our Secondary students attended a PSHE workshop with an external speaker from CyberTouch Wellness, an organisation which focus on developing students understanding of the use of social media.

  • PSHE Booster on Social Media
  • PSHE Booster on Social Media
  • PSHE Booster on Social Media
  • PSHE Booster on Social Media
  • PSHE Booster on Social Media
  • PSHE Booster on Social Media

The talk reminded students about their responsibilities with the use of social media, the dangers of posting without thinking, how social media apps store data and that a digital foot print can follow you for many years. We hope the students took away some valuable messages from this talk and think before they post in future. We also encourage all parents to take an active role in ensuring that students use social media apps such as WhatsApp, Snapchat and Instagram carefully and respect suggested minimum age requirements.

Carla Hyland
Acting Head of Secondary