Classes target online safety

THURROCK Council is holding six sessions in how to stay safe online.

Each session, for youngsters aged 10 to 14, will give tips about issues like keeping accounts secure online and ensuring password protection.

There will be two sessions at Aveley Library on Tuesday, October 29. The first will start at 2.15pm and the second at 3.30pm.

On Thursday, October 31, there will be one at 10.30am and another starting at 2pm at the South Ockendon centre and at Grays Library on Friday, November 1, the first session will start at 10.15am and the second at 12.30pm.

To book, call Aveley on 01708 865667, South Ockendon on 01708 851212 or Grays on 01375 413977.

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10:19am Thu 24 Oct 13

Jack222 says...

How many times is this meant to be covered?

Who does not know it? It's also covered in schools, by many parents, by advertising, by peer knowledge and so on

Should they not save the council money?
How many times is this meant to be covered? Who does not know it? It's also covered in schools, by many parents, by advertising, by peer knowledge and so on Should they not save the council money? Jack222

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