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Can we really trust a smartphone to our children?

A recent news story reported that 35% of 8 to 11 year olds now own a mobile phone. One parent said that it provided peace of mind knowing they could contact their child – and of course that their child could make contact with them. Whilst I can totally follow the logic it makes me […]

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Facebook – friend or foe?

Stranger Danger. Twenty years ago, this phrase was meant to stop kids from talking to adults they didn’t know who approached them on the street, at home, or at school. Now  the strangers are coming into our houses, into our children’s room’s even, by the screen of a computer. As the popularity of Facebook and […]

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Schools

Here are the details of some of the ways Nigel works with schools. Parenting Seminars – helping them to keep their children safe online (for example) Coaching Young People for Success – career, study and life coaching for individuals or groups (from individual classes to whole year levels) Teacher Professional Development – in house training […]

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