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Hands up, how many times have you installed an app and clicked ‘I agree’ without reading the terms and conditions? Have you thought about eSafety?
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eSafety: 5 apps you didn’t know let your kids talk to strangers

Hands up how many times have you installed an app and clicked ‘I agree’ without reading the terms and conditions? And who’s reviewed the privacy settings on their Skype or Facebook accounts recently? Nope. Not many of us. In fact, over half of Facebook users don’t know what third party apps have access to their […]


by Helen • December 7, 2017
Reading with Kids: Beanstalk and Change the Story
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Save the Children child literacy and Beanstalk campaign: From washing machine manuals to a love of fiction #ChangeTheStory

That was Michael Gove that was. Yes, I know. Maybe Michael Gove isn’t your favourite person. Perhaps sometimes you don’t agree with everything he does and says. However, you would be hard-pressed not to be able to echo this sentiment. As he said himself, the reason for him talking to us all transcended party politics. […]


by Helen • January 22, 2014
Christmas Jumper Day: Bruno
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Christmas Jumper Day (13th Dec): Make the world better with a sweater

Save the Children are doing something fantastic for Christmas; not only are they trying to make the world better as always, they are getting more and more people to don their Christmas jumpers and make a right royal fool of themselves…can’t be a bad thing, right? Even Bruno from Strictly is getting in on the […]


by Helen • December 11, 2013
Save the Children: Change the Story
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Save the Children: How can WE change the story #educationmatters

Today Save the Children launched a new awareness campaign to highlight the plight of children in this country living below the poverty line; Change the Story #educationmatters. Just because a child comes from a deprived background shouldn’t mean that they don’t get the same start in life as anyone else. However, Save the Children’s recent […]


by Helen • October 8, 2013