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Stephen Carrick-Davies is an independent consultant, writer and trainer child advocate working in the field of new communications technology, predominantly where it impacts on the lives of children, parenting, and schools. Previously, Stephen was CEO of Childnet International where for 10 years he developed award-winning internet education and awareness programmes for young people, families and schools. Stephen’s recent work has focused on how vulnerable and excluded young people use social media.

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The Munch Poke Ping report: Why we need to help excluded young people stay safe online, Notebook

The Munch Poke Ping report: Why we need to help excluded young people stay safe online

Pupil Referral Units (PRUs) provide education for children who cannot go to mainstream school. Supporting excluded young people in PRUs can be challenging, especially when it comes to the use and misuse of social media. Stephen Carrick-Davies, author of the ‘Munch Poke Ping’ report shares what mainstream schools can learn from the work being done in PRUs.

By | Notebook, Opinion | Monday, 19 November 2012 at 3:01 pm

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