Fake news has become a huge problem over the past few years. It’s an issue us parents have to address when educating our children about online safety. To mark Internet Safety Day, I’m delighted to be publishing this Q&A with well known psychologist Dr Linda Papadopoulos.
Go to any library and look at the parenting books. Three things will strike you. First of all, there will be fewer books for dads than mums. Second, the books that do exist for dads are generally condescending and “light hearted” in nature. Third, there is nothing (and I mean absolutely nothing) aimed at dads
Are you struggling to find ways to keep your offspring entertained during lockdown? Do you find yourself battling to get them away from video games and wish they’d do something more constructive? Trust me, you are not alone! One option you might want to try is a creative writing platform called Night Zookeeper. Having been
Making sure your children use the online world in a safe, responsible way can be difficult at the best of times. During lockdown there have been particular challenges as youngsters have spent more time online, either for leisure or as they have been schooled remotely. I’ve been taking a look at a new app from