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The online activities of London's young people: evidence-based tips to develop e-safety

By Karen Wespieser

To mark Safer Internet Day in 2015, the London Grid for Learning commissioned NFER to conduct a survey of 16,855 London children aged seven to 16 to find out about their online activities. 603 more words

Evidence-based Practice

My Mama Says

Mum says

they’re just jealous!

But it doesn’t

stop them

from treating me

like dirt

The teachers say

just stay away

which is easy

if I was invisible…

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Kait King Author

Princess of the Lily - Friday Fictioneers

It’s time for Friday Fictioneers, a weekly writing group challenged to write a 100-word story based on a photo prompt. Thank you to Rochelle Wisoff-Fields… 156 more words


"Beauty" & The Beasts!

To those of you who are following my blog I owe an apology for the hiatus between my last post and this one. It has been a rather tricky time on the home front and my attention has been diverted elsewhere. 2,468 more words

Mental Health

It`s Going to be Okay

“It`s gonna be okay, no matter how hard your rock bottom is; you can rise above it and you can come back.”

– Demi Lovato…

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I Do Forgive My Bullies, But

Many people have told me and others who were victims of bullying that we should forgive them. That by not forgiving them, they still hold some power over their victims, me included. 596 more words

School Shootings, No Longer an American Problem: Update

Shortly after  I posted about the school shooting in Saskatchewan, Canada, I read an online news release about the alleged shooter. The report said that the seventeen year old boy was bullied, quite extensively and considered an outcast and a loner. 64 more words