"Caring For Our Teens In The Digital Age: What Parents Need To Know" In this digital age, children spend large amounts of time on devices surfing the internet for educational or
“Caring For Our Teens In The Digital Age: What Parents Need To Know”
In this digital age, children spend large amounts of time on devices surfing the internet for educational or social reasons. Hillbrook’s Education Advisory Committee (EAC) are bringing you a not-to-be-missed presentation upstairs in the Library on Wednesday 19 July @ 5.30pm – mark your diaries now!
Cyber Safety will be presented by Steve Window who spent 22 years with the Queensland Police Force including time conducting online investigations with Task Force Argus. Steve is now the Cyber Safety Officer with the Anglican Schools Commission.
Steve will be followed by Miriam Scott, Hillbrook’s eLearning Coordinator, speaking on resources and assistance available at school.
But what do those hours spent in front of the computer do to your body? Hillbrook parent, Rosie Grant, is a Physiotherapist with post-grad qualifications in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy and Occupational Health. Health and Ergonomics in the workplace and at home is a passion for Rosie, and she will share her knowledge and insight into the safe physical parameters of technology use.
Join us at 5.30pm on Wednesday 19 July for tea, coffee and soup for a 5.45pm start. The evening will wrap up at 7.45pm. More details to come.
(Wednesday) 5:30 pm - 7:45 pm
Hillbrook Anglican School Library
45 Hurdcotte Street Enoggera Qld 4501