Check out our blogs for the thoughts of guest experts and the personal views of Parent Zone staff.
40,000 pupils took part in this year's London Grid for Learning (LGfL) DigiSafe pupil online-safety survey. LGfL online safety and safeguarding manager Mark Bentley offers his views on the findings.
In our latest blog, sixth-former Evie, from Kent, talks about social media, Love Island, cosmetic surgery and unrealistic body expectations.
Dr Victoria Baines, a visiting associate at the Oxford Internet Institute, talks about how to help young people use emerging technologies, like virtual reality, in a safe way.
Thomas, 7, discovered Google's Be Internet Legends curriculum during computing class, and fell in love with characters and lessons about digital wellbeing. He explains what he thinks of the lesson plans, online game and how it feels to be a Google-certified Internet Legend!
Marie Smith, head of education of the child protection command (CEOP) of the National Crime Agency, will be speaking at Digital Families 2018 on how to support young people to stay safer on popular live streaming platforms.
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.
Emma Lewell-Buck, the Shadow Minister for Education (Children & Families), gives her thoughts on the Be Internet Legends scheme of work.
As the Be Internet Legends assembly travels the UK, from Cornwall to Scotland, we look at some of the legendary schools we have visited so far.
Parent Zone trainer Jenny Skeets explains how she delivers the Google Be Internet Legends programme to Key Stage 2 pupils across the UK.
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