Teachers and Parent Guide

For many Parents and Teachers using computer technology can create an almost pathological fear. However, used in the correct manner the technology available can really enrich all our lives and since our children are going to grow up viewing the use of computer technology as being absolutely essential it is important that we are familiar with the correct way to use it in order to moderate and guide our children.

Therefore, our child safety book can help, if you need constructive help and advice on the best use of computer technology, in particular the Internet.

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Most Parents and Teachers fears are from the perceived dangers the Internet creates from strangers taking advantage of younger children. It is important to note that the number of known cases of children having been exposed to serious threat on the internet, is currently very low in proportion to the rapidly growing rate of Internet use. 

The danger of children being approached by a stranger on line is thought to be relatively much lower than a child being at risk, off line, from someone known to them.

The concept of danger is a difficult one to establish with young children – there is no easy, guaranteed method of identifying an adult who is untrustworthy.

Striking the balance between making children aware of potential dangers but at the same time confident enough to express their natural curiosity requires a delicate approach.