Parent and Carer Knife Crime And Online Safety Workshops 

Virtual Workshops To Support Parents and Carers- Free and Paid

Join us for a virtual workshop to help you support your children. We currently have two workshops on offer- online safety and knife crime awareness. Knife crime sessions are free of charge and online safety costs £5 per device. Sessions help adults support their young people by starting lifesaving conversations on how to stay safe as young people become more independent. Book your spaces here-

Monthly 45 Minute Sessions To Fit Around Your Diary

Sessions run over lunch times and in the evening on a variety of dates- book your session here.

Knife Crime Awareness

Are you concerned about Knife crime? Do you have children developing independence and going out on their own? This Sessions from the Safety Centre would like to support Parents and Carers with early conversations about Knife Crime. The session looks at some of the facts and misconceptions about Knife Crime in England, how it can impact a child’s life, as well as signposting where you can access support. The session lasts for approximately 45 minutes, is delivered via Zoom and a link to access further resources is provided to those that join the session.

The Session Includes:

  • What is Knife Crime?
  • Laws and consequences around Knife Crime.
  • Why young people carry knives and reasons for getting involved, including exploitation and county lines
  • How to support young people – identifying it’s happening, places of support, conversations to have.

Online Safety

Have you bought a new device for your children, grandchildren or a young person? Do you know how to help them stay safe when they use it? Join us for a 45 minute virtual or face to face online safety workshop in January for top tips and up to date advice about staying safe online.

These online safety sessions have been specially designed for parents and carers to support children and young people as they explore the online world. The sessions are perfect for those who’ve just bought devices as Christmas presents for children or those who want to understand more about keeping their whole household safe online whilst still enjoying using devices. The session costs £5 per person plus booking fees. Sessions lasts for 45 minutes and focus on the positive elements of using technology as well as the risks children can face online.

This short introductory session covering the risks involved in online usage will include:

  • Apps and Games
  • Oversharing
  • Live streaming
  • Grooming
  • Cyberbullying
  • Sexting
  • What parents can do – including setting parental controls, monitoring apps, conversations, and family agreements.
  • Where to go for help

Resources will be shared including links to family agreements and a wide range of online tools to help start family conversations about staying safe online.

Please note- sessions are aimed at adults over 18 and are not suitable for children to watch or participate in.

Book your spaces here-

Safety Centre Parent Online Safety Workshop