Internet Health + Wellbeing Whānau Presentation (John Parsons), 7-8pm, 16 Aug

Are you a parent/guardian concerned about how your child uses the internet or mobile phone?

Cybercrime is a very real issue facing families in NZ, but there are easy practical steps to reduce the risk. Island Bay School invites you to a presentation on the issues associated with the inappropriate use of computers, mobile phones and the internet.


  • Online grooming.

  • Sexting

  • Cyber bullying

  • Learning to repel & report

  • Future proofing for employment

  • Screen time

  • Sleep

  • Families that eat together heal together.

  • Educating young people to understand the value of identity is the first step to using ICT safely and ethically

  • Educating young people to respect and protect friends and family identity is the second step.

John is a published author and New Zealand’s leading authority on Safeguarding children online. Signed copies of his book 'Keeping Your Children Safe Online' will be available on the day. See his profile here.

Childcare on the night - Kids Movie Night!

As with our previous parent info evening, we would like to offer your children the opportunity to come to a Kids Movie Night, while you attend the parent info session.

Please register your child/ren here

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