Unique opportunity for parents to ask the questions that matter to them about keeping their children safe online

22 Jan 2014

Ask Facebook, Twitter, X-box or BT a question about keeping your child safe online.  What would you ask?


• Would you like to know what Xbox game ratings mean?

• Not sure how to report abusive comments on Facebook?

• Do you know how to set parental controls in your home provided by your Internet Service Provider?


Through Safer Internet Day TV you can now ask these questions directly of the people who know. There will be a panel of experts from Facebook, Twitter, Xbox & BT who will be answering questions about keeping children and families safe on the internet.  Your questions will be posed to these experts and the interview filmed as part of the Safer Internet Day TV programme which will be broadcast on Safer Internet Day, 11 February 2014.  Safer Internet Day is organised in the UK by the UK Safer Internet Centre in February of each year to promote the safe and responsible use of online technology and mobile phones for children and young people. 


To send your question email sidtv@saferinternet.org.uk BY 23 JANUARY.  Just state your first name and how old your children/grandchildren are and they will try and respond to as many questions as they can.


To see your question answered, just tune in to Safer Internet Day TV on 11 February.


Please note that at Ravenswood we have Safer Internet Week which this year runs from 10th to 14th February.



Safer Internet Day 2014