Testimonials - Internet Safety for Primary Schools

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Gráine McGowan,Principal, Mount Anville, Stillorgan, Co Dublin
"We did 2 parents sessions and 3rd, 4th, 5th & 6th Class, we're very happy"

Mount Anville Primary - Our Story

  • We ran 2 parents talks 8.30am & 7.30pm.
  • 400 parents attended
  • Parents gave great feedback
  • BeSecurOnline spoke to 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th classes
  • Kids really enjoyed and benefitted 
  • Great Teacher feedback

Kids Online, Snapchat, Ghost Mode, Instagram

  • Safety tips for kids online,
  • cyberbullying,
  • online behaviours,
  • great internet safety tips for the kids.

Parents & Teachers

Very strong feedback. Didn't want to hear it, but really glad he said it. Feel more able to handle it.

internet safety talks, primary schools,

Teresa McCaffrey, Principal, Kildallan N.S.

"BeSecureOnline" visited our school on Friday 7th February 2020.  He gave a very informative and interesting talk to the children to help them to identify and prevent possible risks to themselves online. He presented it in a child-friendly manner and was familiar with the social media sites the children were using. It was most enlightening and I highly recommend his services to other schools". (via email)

Amanda Brown, Pimlico Academy, London SW1

Delighted to have welcomed BeSecureonline on #SID2020. Thanks for a great job done, spoke to all our kids. The new content was much more than 'stranger danger', made the kids & teachers think. Cleverly done!

Joan Devlin Foxrock Pastorol Centre, Co Dublin

Your talk yesterday was incredible. The parents who sat in came away with great results on how to protect there kids on technology as did I.  So thank you so much.I'm sure we'll be in touch again. (via text)

Kathy Ronaghan Principal, Scoil Bhridge, Silverstream, Co Monaghan

Thank you so much for a great information day yesterday. It was extremely beneficial for all and helped greatly to increase awareness; as we all know - education is key.(via email)


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SmartPhone's are keeping bullying alive.

This is the opinion of leading American experts in MIT. Schoolyard bullying has been seriously reduced since 1999. Sadly the bullies many of whom are cowards have taken to cyberbullying instead. Online bullying is the only form of bullying growing. This ain't what Steve Jobs brought the world the iPhone to do.

  • 34% of kids will experience cyberbullying as kids
  • Girls are twice as likely to be the victims of cyberbullying.
  • Victims of cyberbullying have a higher risk of depression, even compared to victims of traditional bullying face to face.
  • Children are 7 times more likely to be cyberbullied by friends than by strangers.
  • Children who are bullied are 9 times more likely to be the victim of identity fraud as well

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