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By Tristan Harris Monday 31 March 2014 Updated: 03/04 17:13
PARENTS wanting to do more to ensure their children are staying safe online can go along to a special E-Safety event being held at Lickey End First School on Wednesday (April 2).
The free session, from 7pm, will demystify the technology of instant messaging, learning platforms, chat, gaming, virtual worlds and social media, such as Facebook and Twitter.
The events are being run by Brett Laniosh from Catshill Learning Partnerships which provides learning support for schools.
Schools from across Bromsgrove are being urged to get in touch with Brett if they want to book similar sessions to the one being held at Lickey End First.
Anyone wanting to book a place can call 01527 872360.
Visit www.catshill.com for more on E-Safety and Catshill Learning Partnerships.
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