Check out our blogs for the thoughts of guest experts and the personal views of Parent Zone staff.
Since 2009, Digital Parenting magazine has broken new ground in internet safety. We're proud of what we and Vodafone UK achieved – but it's time to say farewell. Our CEO Vicki Shotbolt shares our plan to develop a bold new offer for parents.
Professor Vicki Nash who spoke at the Digital Families 2019 conference, discusses how we might encourage children to flourish in the digital age through understanding how technology creates value in their lives.
Professor Sonia Livingstone, who spoke at the Digital Families 2019 conference, discusses the evolution of parental approaches to technology and the Parenting for a Digital Future Project.
Ralph Jordinson who spoke at Digital Families 2019 Conference, explains how an emphasis on resilience is helping young people in the region stay safer online.
Only 24 hours after being launched in the UK and US, Harry Potter: Wizards Unite — the ‘new Pokemon Go’ — was downloaded more than 400,000 times. Now, millions of children and adults alike are ‘swishing and flicking’ their way through the Harry Potter universe.
Lord Jim Knight, Chief Education Adviser at Tes Global, explains how technology can help schools take a more collaborative and rigorous approach to children’s wellbeing and learning.
Getting children moving can help them learn new skills, develop new friendships and, of course, stay physically healthy — but did you know it can also contribute to their mental wellbeing?
Student Oliver Sampson, 18, gives his views on the increasingly common necessity of giving away personal data online and how young people will have to deal with this fact in a digital future
Marion Coyne, Assistant Headteacher at Longshaw Primary School in Chingford, explains how Google and Parent Zone’s Be Internet Legends programme has helped their Key Stage 2 pupils.
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Dave Presky, Head of Computing and a Specialist Leader of Education for Computing and E-Safety explains how the free Be Internet Legends curriculum has changed the way his Key Stage 2 pupils are learning about internet safety.
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