30th January 2020


This week's #WakeupWednesday focuses on Facebook and includes a handy guide on how to keep safe on what is now one of the most popular apps on the planet!


Free Online Safety Guide:
What parents need to know about Facebook
Facebook is used by billions of people all over the world. The social media platform has grown from being primarily used by university students to one of the most popular and widely used apps on the planet. It can be a fantastic way for children to keep in touch with family and friends and communicate with other like-minded people. That’s why we’ve created this useful guide to help parents and carers understand exactly what Facebook is all about.

Facebook is one of the biggest, if not the biggest, social media platform on the planet. It’s rare to find people who haven’t heard of it and, even if you aren’t a user, chances are your children are or they want to be. But do parents need to worry about their child’s activity on Facebook? How can it impact them? And what safety measures can be put in place? Find out with this guide.

Created by digital app expert and former Facebook employee, Alex Wright, this guide explores the main features of Facebook that parents and carers should be aware of around the safety and wellbeing of their children. As always, the guide will also provide a number of useful tips for parents and carers to consider around providing a safer experience for their children. Click the button below to access your free guide now.

September Return to School to School Plan: Latest Information


'This autumn we are unfortunately unable to hold an open evening for prospective students and their families in the traditional fashion. We really want to show you what makes our school so special and successful and so we will be launching an online 'virtual prospectus', from Wednesday 14th October, through our school website. Details and a web link will be communicated shortly. We hope you'll join us as we release new content each week, up to half term, showcasing the ways in which Stalham High School maintains a strong reputation for academic success, student support and community engagement.'





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