10 May 2013

Head Lights

wacThe misuse of social media is a modern scourge. While cyber-bullying is on the rise everywhere, the incidence of such behaviour is still reported annually by Glennie girls as low. It is showing signs of increasing, however. How can adults help?  Firstly, by modelling good cyber-etiquette. Secondly, by placing reasonable boundaries around our children’s use thereof. Thirdly, by maintaining a good relationship with them so that they will report when they need to. Fourthly, by not over-reacting to every negative cyber communication, but retaining a healthy perspective. Fifthly, by teaching them that a moment’s indiscretion can lead to devastating consequences.

Mrs Wendy Ashley-Cooper
Head of School



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