Check out our blogs for the thoughts of guest experts and the personal views of Parent Zone staff.
For Anti-Bullying Week, three pupils at Epsom College, Surrey, open up on their own tough experiences of bullying and low self-esteem. Epsom assistant head Helen Keevil explains how they use the Dove Self-Esteem Project resources to deal with even the toughest of situations.
Jayne Leversidge, of Abbey School in Rotherham, talks about the challenges of raising self-esteem and confidence in a special educational needs school, and how PSHE is the cornerstone of all their learning.
Following his talk at the Digital Families 2018 conference, Parent Zone’s head of digital Cliff Manning outlines his vision for responding to the changing digital world.
Read a summary of what Digital Families 2018 keynote speaker Dave Coplin covered in his talk
Educator and mum of three girls Helen Jones explains why she thinks it is so important to talk about gender stereotypes with children and teenagers.
Kate Forbes MSP talks about the importance of ICT, digital literacy and engaging parents to teach children about the internet.
Dove and Cartoon Network unveil new mini-series boosting young people’s body confidence and challenging stereotypes.
Torjus Roberg from Parent Zone gives his thoughts on the rapid popularisation of cryptocurrencies and the potential role it could play in people’s lives in the future.
Dave Coplin, who will be speaking at the Digital Families 2018 conference, shares his thoughts on the part technology will play in our children's lives in the future.
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Teacher Jayne Leversidge, of Abbey School in Rotherham, explains how the Be Internet Legends assembly made such an impact for her pupils and why their special educational needs and disabilities require such an engaging, interactive and immersive experience.