Posts for Society
Primary schools – have you signed up for the NSPCC to visit your school?
Primary schools across the UK yet to receive a visit from the NSPCC’s free ‘Speak out. Stay safe.’ Programme are being urged to sign-up as soon as possible. In 2018/19 […]
£30m to spark rollout of next generation 5G in rural areas
Government info: Digital Secretary Nicky Morgan has launched a £30 million UK-wide competition to spark a tech revolution in countryside communities and help rural Britain seize the opportunities of 5G […]
SW children are giving out too much information online
Shockingly, and worryingly, almost a third (29%) of children aged eight to 13 have given out personal details to people they’ve met online, according to new research. The survey of […]
SW FGM survivor urges people to use NSPCC Helpline
For many of us who are not in female genital mutilation (FGM) culture, then the whole idea seems alien and perhaps irrelevant, something that doesn’t happen in Cornwall or Devon. […]
Are our young people less connected to their community than older people?
How close do you feel to your neighbourhood? With much of our lives having moved online, there is a perception that people have become detached from their local community. Young […]
Children drowning in online offences says SW NSPCC
Children are increasingly being targeted on the web by sex offenders – with an average of 22 crimes a day taking place online last year, NSPCC figures have revealed. Last year, a record 8,224 child […]