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Child Minding & Social Media

It can be super difficult to have a conversation with the people minding your children after you discover that they’ve posted content involving your children on social media without your consent. …so here are a few things you should speak with people about before you...

Tumblr To Ban Adult Content

Super awesome news! Tumblr is FINALLY banning adult content. You may have noticed we have never posted about Tumblr on our page before. Nor do we discuss this site with children. We have always pointed out to parents to be aware of Tumblr though, during...

You Have a New Friend Suggestion…

As a spin-off to the hype around the “someone has created a second Facebook account with my name on it… please don’t accept a second friend request from me…” hoax, there is now some concern raised when people see “You have a new friend suggestion” with a...

I have found that eyes open social media “secure your accounts” is a wonderful and very useful workshop. I learnt the importance of securing my social media profiles and how I could easily do it. The workshops were very easy to understand, explaining step by step how to apply it in my Facebook. I am very happy and more relieved to know that what I share in my social media network is controlled and secure.
I thank the eyes open social media safety team for an excellent workshop 🙂 Catalina Adarme-Vega. PhD

Corporate Client

Tricia’s presentation challenged our students to reflect on their ‘safe’ use of social media. …I would highly recommend both the student and parent information sessions, and the practical workshops to anyone who is already using social media or is likely to use it in the future (children/teenagers/adults). Participants of all ‘ability levels’ commented on the thought-provoking nature of the information presented.

See full Testimonial here Paul Sanders

Parent

Tricia Munn from Eyes Open Social Media spent a number of days at our school with our students, teachers and parents. The impact Tricia had over these days is still being felt amongst the community as Tricia’s message continues to be spread by the parents who attended the workshops. Our students have a greater knowledge and possibly respect for the purposes and pitfalls of social media sites.

Thank you, Tricia for your time spent at St Luke’s. Susan Wilson

Head of Primary

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