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http://www.twitter.com/waldegravesch/status/1290635321483374592

04/08/20

Retweetd From YouthOutLoud

We love this illustration by about how to tap into your happiness chemicals! From a bike ride to simply hugging a family member there are lots of ways to increase the amount of happiness chemicals your body produces. Anyone fancy a piece of dark chocolate? 😌 https://t.co/BELDu1K8Ed

http://www.twitter.com/waldegravesch/status/1290241025613557760

03/08/20

Retweetd From Action for Children

If you feel as though you're at a loss for where to turn as a parent during these difficult times, we're here to help. Parent Talk offers free, down-to-earth information and advice for parents of children aged 0-19. https://t.co/Y7sM2AgbXR https://t.co/3bVsEldCPD

http://www.twitter.com/waldegravesch/status/1290240932739272705

03/08/20

Retweetd From YouthOutLoud

🌟Reminder🌟 The Kingston and Richmond Youth Council want to hear from you! The link is: https://t.co/32R2VyZtuA  The survey closes this Friday- 7th August 2020.   Have your voice heard! 🗣 https://t.co/PGQmtTdBqh

http://www.twitter.com/waldegravesch/status/1288893872194625536

30/07/20

Retweetd From YouthOutLoud

Happy Thankful Thursday! The trick is... when you are feeling glum... take a closer look.. there really is ALWAYS something to be thankful for 🙏 The BEDROOM that I have to tidy. 🙏The FOOD on the dishes that I have to clear off the table 🙏 The SUN that I have to shade from https://t.co/QIyVz8acCK

28/07/20

Retweetd From YouthOutLoud

Have you checked out yet? This week the playlist encapsulates the term RESILIENCE 💪🏼 We love it! Go check it out on and search Kooth_uk. 🎧

http://www.twitter.com/waldegravesch/status/1287815619128299521

27/07/20

Retweetd From YouthOutLoud

Wake up and do all that you can... ...to stay happy ...to stay safe ...to stay motivated ...to be the best version of you. There is a hub of resources on our website https://t.co/njeyc8mkEQ (link in our bio) on the ‘find help’ tab to support you for https://t.co/7LN3g1NVtI

http://www.twitter.com/waldegravesch/status/1287135460851093504

25/07/20

Retweetd From Richmond Council

A new youth survey has been launched looking at the health and wellbeing of children and young people during the pandemic. Have your say: https://t.co/5cqFXY5GZy https://t.co/tiOvlqNUc2

http://www.twitter.com/waldegravesch/status/1286421730051989505

23/07/20

Retweetd From Richmond Music Trust

Join us for our FINAL Living Room Session of the summer tomorrow at 6pm! It's our biggest session yet featuring RMT students from The Russell and The Queen's School, Kew🎶 Set your reminder now: https://t.co/uThFOUDdZW https://t.co/2soMrV6mS0

http://www.twitter.com/waldegravesch/status/1286211828943671298

23/07/20

Retweetd From Anti-Bullying Alliance #AntiBullyingWeek

After so much upheaval in children's lives recently, alongside we've put together a 'Restorative Thinking and Positive Relationships' course for parents & carers on how to manage conflict at home over the holidays and beyond: https://t.co/2q74U19S9f https://t.co/5df8cMA6H8

http://www.twitter.com/waldegravesch/status/1285187065420886016

20/07/20

Retweetd From Richmond Council

Many children will be spending more time online this summer as they stay home and social distance. If you want to talk to your child about the risks of sending or receiving nude images, click here: https://t.co/H9QcEsrymA https://t.co/m1yAOlxXhZ

17/07/20

Thank you! 😊 https://t.co/7shNHytxuL

17/07/20

We’ve finally reached the end of the weirdest and most difficult of school years. Our students and staff have shown remarkable resilience and adaptability and we’re so proud of them. We wish all of our Waldegrave families a very well-earned break. Have a great summer!

http://www.twitter.com/waldegravesch/status/1283815500447920129

16/07/20

Retweetd From YouthOutLoud

This Covid-19 guidance for young people is made BY young people 😃 This fantastic, informative illustration was drawn by in collaboration with the . We think its brilliant... check it out! 👀 https://t.co/xeC2Ij0NvY

16/07/20

Waldegrave summer concert is here! Enjoy😊 https://t.co/acYf8FrJB8

http://www.twitter.com/waldegravesch/status/1282757903888326656

13/07/20

Retweetd From AchievingForChildren

Young people living or studying in Richmond - please tell us what you think about your wellbeing. Complete our survey for a chance to win £50! https://t.co/bn7lriBD1q https://t.co/a74h7vevz4

http://www.twitter.com/waldegravesch/status/1282757812116955137

13/07/20

Retweetd From YouthOutLoud

Did you know... some of the fantastic youth centres in Richmond & Kingston boroughs are now able to run bookable activities at their centres😃 Places are limited (for reasons of safety) so we suggest you head over to their Instagram pages or the AFC website and check it out! https://t.co/sCq7RQR6Dj

11/07/20

Retweetd From YouthOutLoud

The Kingston and Richmond Youth Council want to hear your voice! They are interested in what you think about: 📌your local area 📌your school 📌your safety 📌thoughts around the COVID-19 The survey link is  https://t.co/32R2Vzh4Ta

10/07/20

Retweetd From Sue Wallman

My daughter's headteacher wrote in her school report that she was bossy. She was 6. I asked how many boys had the word bossy in their school report & wasn't given an answer https://t.co/nd9GABpnWH

http://www.twitter.com/waldegravesch/status/1281634802869903361

10/07/20

Retweetd From Richmond Music Trust

We have a great selection of brass, guitar, piano and vocal performances featuring in tonight's Living Room Session! Tune in to see RMT students from 🎶 Join us at 6pm: https://t.co/uThFOUDdZW https://t.co/jFzHLlgGhI

http://www.twitter.com/waldegravesch/status/1281293646025850881

09/07/20

Retweetd From Richmond Council

[NEWS] Families in Richmond upon Thames are being urged to check if they qualify for free school meals. Check if your family is eligible: https://t.co/S8P0Z9nGAc 🍽️ https://t.co/dK942gULA1

Internet Safety

Students are taught about Internet safety on a number of occasions as they progress through the school.  Up to date information and activities for parents and students can be found on the 'Thinkuknow' website by clicking here.

Parents are advised to follow the top tips for supporting their daughter to be safe on the internet:

  • Be involved in your child’s online life. For many of today’s young people there is no line between the online and offline worlds. Young people use the internet to socialise and grow and, just as you guide and support them offline, you should be there for them online too. Talk to them about what they’re doing, if they know you understand they are more likely to approach you if they need support.
  • Watch Thinkuknow films to learn more. The Thinkuknow programme has films and advice for children from five all the way to 16. Your child may have seen these at school, but they can also be a good tool for you to find out more about what young people do online and some of the potential risks.
  • Keep up-to-date with your child’s development online. Be inquisitive and interested in the new gadgets and sites that your child is using. It’s important that as your child learns more, so do you.
  • Set boundaries in the online world just as you would in the real world. Think about what they might see, what they share, who they talk to and how long they spend online. It is important to continue to discuss boundaries so that they evolve as your child’s use of technology does.
  • Know what connects to the internet and how. Nowadays even the TV connects to the internet. Your child will use all sorts of devices and gadgets; make sure you’re aware of which ones can connect to the internet, such as their phone or games console. Also, find out how they are accessing the internet – is it your connection or a neighbour’s Wifi? This will affect whether your safety settings are being applied.
  • Consider the use of parental controls on devices that link to the internet, such as the TV, laptops, computers, games consoles and mobile phones. Parental controls are not just about locking and blocking, they are a tool to help you set appropriate boundaries as your child grows and develops. They are not the answer to your child’s online safety, but they are a good start and are not as difficult to install as you might think. Service providers are working hard to make them simple, effective and user friendly.
  • Emphasise that not everyone is who they say they are. Make sure your child knows never to meet up with someone they only know online. People might not always be who they say they are. Make sure your child understands that they should never meet up with anyone they only know online without taking a trusted adult with them.
  • Know what to do if something goes wrong. Just as in the offline world, you want to help your child when they need it. Therefore, it is important to know when and how to report any problem.
  • You may find this link useful - http://www.whoishostingthis.com/resources/e-safety/