Ask your question about Norfolk children’s online safety ahead of Facebook Live with NSPCC | Education

PUBLISHED: 07:23 08 February 2018 | UPDATED: 07:23 08 February 2018

A child using a laptop. Picture: Peter Byrne/PA Wire

A baby utilizing a laptop computer. Picture: Peter Byrne/PA Wire


The web was used to commit 100 little one intercourse offences in Norfolk alone final yr, figures present.

The NSPCC has seen a rising quantity of circumstances the place youngsters and younger folks have been focused by adults via apps and social media platforms.

While it may see youngsters uncovered to inappropriate conversations or materials online, it may additionally end in adults assembly youngsters in particular person.

Safer Internet Day, on Tuesday, noticed greater than 1,000 organisations come collectively to start out a nationwide dialog about utilizing expertise responsibly and safely.

The NSPCC, in partnership with O2, has created Net Aware, which appears to be like on the safety of websites youngsters use most, in addition to giving steerage on age suitability.

• We shall be holding a Facebook Live dialogue with Katy Cole, the charity’s colleges service coodinator, about what mother and father can do to maintain youngsters secure online – and warning indicators to look out for.

• It will start at 12.30pm on Friday and you’ll watch by visiting our Facebook page.

• If you’ve received any questions you’d like us to ask, remark under or e mail

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