Teaching Our Kids: Banish The Gender Stereotypes

gender stereotypes

Whether you have sons, daughters or both, you want to make sure that your kids grow up tolerant, sensible and responsible. You don’t want your little darlings to grow up thinking that they can’t achieve something simply because of their gender. While the world is still male-dominated with a wide gender pay gap and there … Read more

Car Safety Tips for Parents

Car Safety Tips for Parents

With potentially dangerous situations surrounding your children at home, on shopping trips, and while travelling, it can be a constant challenge trying to keep your children safe. Traffic incidents, in particular, are a leading cause of injury and death in children around the world. Though accidents happen, there are several things you can do to … Read more

Looking Out for Each Other: Safe and Sensible Family Rules for the Home and on the Go

Family Travel

Families need to stick together. But that’s not just a banal saying. It should be put in action. To start, a family should establish rules and regulations concerned with the welfare of all members. Safe and sensible rules should apply to the back porch or when the family is on vacation. Looking out for one … Read more

Breakthrough app helps prevent cyberbullying


Gallery Guardian is the first app that helps parents safeguard their children from cyberbullying by alerting them when illicit images are being shared or received on their smartphones or tablets. Gallery Guardian today announces its official launch on the Apple and Google Play Stores: the safeguarding app that helps parents keep their children safe while … Read more

How to ensure safety for your children at home

Children's Safety

And they’re off! A little one’s first time crawling is no doubt a treasured entry in your baby’s development diary. But once the excitement fades a little, it’s time to face the brand-new set of challenges a curious, determined and mobile tiny person presents. Fear not, though, as there are lots of simple steps you … Read more

Digital Avengers Teens fight Cyber Bullying

Cyber Bullying

No matter how young your kids are, if they have online access in the form of a smartphone, a tablet or a laptop, then they are at risk of being cyberbullied, or witnessing someone else being cyberbullied or of bullying someone themselves. It is far easier to bully someone online than in real life. Statistics … Read more

Let’s Talk Pants with Pantosaurus – Keeping Children safe with NSPCC

NSPCC Pantosaurus

As a parent it’s natural that we should want to protect our children from all the dangers in life but sometimes these dangers can be hard to discuss with children without taking away their innocence. One just topic is sexual predators of which there seems to be an increase (either that or it’s just more … Read more

AVG and The Scouts challenge UK children to ‘Take Six’ before posting online


Launch of the #tk6 campaign for Safer Internet Day encourages smart sharing to avoid embarrassing and permanent online footprints With four children who are going to grow up in the digital age I do worry very much about how it could have a negative effect on their future. They all know that ‘Mummy is a … Read more