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Parent Zone voices its concern over widespread attention paid to the online trend known as ‘Blue Whale’.
28 April 2017: Girls downplay their maths ability + how students are turning schools green + the two-year-old with her own YouTube cooking show.
The internet has made parenting more challenging for today's families. Parent Zone CEO Vicki Shotbolt argues that one simple thing will help protect children in the digital age, and it's time politicians took note.
21 April 2017: YouTube to offer fake news workshops for teenagers + Phonics boosts reading accuracy + boy on work experience creates code to save heart attack victims.
13 April 2017: fake news + new Amazon dashboard for parents + Grammar schools and 'ordinary working families.'
Digital resilience as a term seems to be being used by every Tom, Dick and Harriet in the internet safety field at the moment. But what does it actually mean, and why is it so important? Parent Zone CEO Vicki Shotbolt, co-chair of the UKCCIS Digital Resilience Working Group, explains.
Parent Zone has voiced its concern that a smartphone app aimed at 17 years+ with a PEGI 3 rating indicating that it's suitable for children.
Google Expeditions and Parent Zone were thrilled to be approached by pupils at Chigwell School, Essex, who wanted to shine a light on virtual reality and how it helps classroom learning for a special BBC report.
Our CEO Vicki Shotbolt discusses online pornography on BBC Radio 4.