As an organisation working with schools and young people, we are concerned about online safety.
For up-to-date information and help with Internet safety for young people, visit the Clever Click Safe campaign or go direct to the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre where you can report Internet Safety issues directly to the police.
We refer educators and parents who want to help children learn how to use the Internet safely to the links below.
United Kingdom: www.thinkuknow.co.uk
A useful article on parental control software options
We advise everyone to think carefully before sharing personal data or information online and to take precautions, such as letting another person know your exact plans, if meeting an online contact in person. Young people should always let their parent or teacher know if an online contact is asking to meet or if they are experiencing cyber-bullying.
Schools against illegal bushmeat
23rd November: Cherwell school's Chicken Project is helping to promote poultry as an alternative to bushmeat in Cameroon. More details
31 March: Video link conference between 3 UK and 3 Cameroon schools
11 March: Divine Tanyi from Limbe Botanic Gardens, Cameroon speaks about the bushmeat crisis at Cherwell School, Oxford
27 January: Juliet Wright from the Lebialem Hunters Bee-keeping Initiative talks to students at Lord Williams and Holmer Green schools
15th January: Silent Forests schools forum held in Yaounde, Cameroon View video on youtube
23rd November: Janvier Mondoa, Forest Manager from Cameroon tells students at Oakgrove School, Milton Keynes about Bimbia Bonadikombo Community Forest Watch video on youtube