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Student Ashton, 14, blogs for Parent Zone about football, body worries, media pressure and why PSHE lessons don’t often give him what he needs.
As part of our series on YouTube and vlogging, Parent Zone interviewed OzNozHD, a YouTuber who began his channel while at school and now has over 17,000 subscribers, to discover the ten things he has learnt whilst running a successful YouTube channel.
Parent Zone trainer Jenny Skeets explains how she delivers the Google Be Internet Legends programme to Key Stage 2 pupils across the UK.
Esports can promote strategic thinking, teamwork, communication, leadership, performance skills and confidence in young people. The British ESports Association explains why it is encouraging more schools to get involved.
In our first Dove Self-Esteem Project blog, Viv Lamb explains how she approaches the issues of image and body confidence in her role as Head of PSHE at Oakham School in Rutland.
The growth of social media shows no signs of stopping, but there are important changing trends that are vital to keep up with and understand. Parent Zone's Cliff Manning explores the numbers.
Jacob Woolcock, computing teacher for Penpol Primary School in Cornwall, explains how the Be Internet Legends scheme of work is transforming his school’s approach to internet safety education.
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This year’s annual CEOP and Parent Zone conference will be exploring emerging risks and discussing how we can stay ahead of the curve. Dan Wilson explains what you can expect from the event on 10 October.
Google and Parent Zone worked together to create Be Internet Legends - a free internet safety resource for primary schools. Qualified teacher and Parent Zone writer Marjun Ziarati talks about our work on the project.
It’s Valentine’s Day and with this month’s theme of recovery in mind, Parent Zone writer Marjun Ziarati looks at how parents and professionals can help young people recover from relationship break-ups in a digital age.
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