#ShareAware: Learn how to keep your kids safe online
Join our Twitter party with NSPCC and O2 on 16 May at 12pm and you could win a £250 voucher!
To children, online friends are real friends. Online life is real life. And, just like in real life, children need your help to stay safe online.
You know yourself that talking to your child is the best way to help keep them safe – you’ll have had conversations about crossing the road, bullying and talking to strangers. So NSPCC and O2 created Share Aware – a straight-forward, no-nonsense guide to help you teach your child to be safe online – to get every family in the UK chatting about their kids’ online world in the same way.
Join our Twitter party on 16 May at 12pm, and let us know what YOU do to keep your kids safe online - we'd love to hear how you talk to your DC about online safety, and any tips you have for other parents. Have you ever come across your DC in dangerous online territory? Do you find it tricky to talk to your kids about being safe online? We want to hear about that, too.
At 12:30, we'll be taking your stories to Facebook Live.
There, our NSPCC internet safety expert Claire Lilley, plus an O2 Guru, will be live, giving you advice on everything you can do, right now, to keep your children safer online. Tune in to see your questions answered, live - plus loads of extra information from the experts.
Tweet us @MumsnetBloggers using the hashtag #ShareAware and you’ll be in the running for a £250 Love2Shop voucher.
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