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Community Information

Keeping Children Safe Online

Do you know what your child is doing online?

 The LSCB is running three 2 hour information sessions through 2018/19 which will enlighten both parents and professionals on:

  • What children and young people are using the internet for
  • The technology they are using
  • Managing the risks
  • Taking positive action

The session is not hi-tech but contains practical content and advice for PARENTS and professionals that will make a difference.

Tuesday 5th February 2019
@ Gatton & Lake Primary School, Shanklin, PO37 7DG

Presented by Simon Snell, former Detective Inspector, Child Exploitation Unit, Devon and Cornwall Police.

This course is Free! but we do ask individuals to book a ticket so that we can manage numbers.

To book a ticket please click on the dates above (or on the dates in the poster below) or visit the LSCB website www.iowscb.org.uk

Keeping Children Safe Online Poster 2018


Monday 18 February – Knucklebones – Make your own Roman Game to take home

10.00am – 3.00pm

The game was played with the knucklebones of a pig or sheep. Make your own knucklebones out of clay and find out more about the games you can play with them.

Wednesday 20 February – Crazy Clay Coins

10.00am – 3.00pm

Find out about Roman coins found on the Isle of Wight. Design your own clay coin to take home.

No need to book, just drop in.

£1 entry for all, includes admission and all activities.

Activities suitable for all ages. The Villa will be open as normal for visitors to explore. Come and view the Roman remains and garden.

Newport Roman Villa, Cypress Road, Newport. PO30 1HA.

For more information contact – 01983 823433  –  museums@iow.gov.uk