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It is the smallest of all seeds but when it grows up it is the biggest of all plants. It becomes a tree, so that birds come and make their nests.' Matthew 13:32


For many of you, we're aware that your contact with children and young people is likely to change over the next few weeks as lockdown continues to ease.


However, if you're continuing to support families with learning at home, Thinkuknow will still be delivering activity packs over the next couple of months. This week, all of their packs explore sharing images:

Sharing images: new video guides for parents and carers


Thinkuknow's new video guides explore the positives and the risks of sharing images online and offer practical advice for parents and carers on:


  • What they can do to reduce risks and;
  • How they can seek help if they're concerned about an image that's been shared.

Screen time and boosting digital resilience

Surveys have shown that screen time has been a key concern for many parents and carers over the lockdown period.


However, high-quality screen time can offer opportunities for learning, staying connected and boosting digital resilience.

Two new Parent Info articles take a look at: