Sexting, cyber-bullying, tech-addiction, digital footprint – how can teachers help protect pupils online? This conference will uncover the latest digital trends and their potentially damaging impact.

Experts will offer guidance on how teachers and parents can identify warning signs and what steps to take in helping the young people in their care. Advice will also be given to teachers on how they can protect themselves online.

Speakers at the conference will include Lorin LaFave whose son, Breck Bednar, was tragically murdered after being groomed online, the ‘Digital Sisters’ Emma and Charlotte Robertson from DAUK, an organisation trail-blazing e-safety in schools. Body Image expert and Psychotherapist, Holli Rubin, will discuss the impact of online usage on the developing child and Parent Zone will advise on how to help young people boost their digital resilience.

9 June 2017

10am – 3.30pm


Lunch, refreshments & free parking provided. Transport to and from Hampton Railway Station also available

Conference Speakers

 workshops & Itinerary

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