Online Safety lesson Wednesday 2nd December 2020 at 20:00 via zoom
You will have recently received a letter informing you that on Wednesday 2nd December 2020, the Breck Foundation will be hosting virtual training sessions with the KS1 and KS2 children about online safety.
They are also offering parents and carers the opportunity to get find out more about the risks around online grooming and how to empower young people to make better choices when interacting online. We know that the children in our school love playing games and it is vitally important as teachers and parents that we keep ourselves informed on how to keep them safe. If you would like to attend, please return your slip to request the meeting details. If you have mislaid the letter, please request a new letter via your communication card or the office.
The Breck Foundation is a self-funded charity set up by Lorin LaFave, in memory of her son Breck who lost his life to an online groomer through a gaming relationship. Since then, Lorin has made numerous TV and radio appearances to raise awareness of online grooming and promote digital resilience. She also speaks regularly at police and school training sessions, as well as safeguarding, policy change and Ofsted conferences. If you would like to find out more about the foundation, please visit: www.breckfoundation.org