School children to help parents learn about the internet

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School children to help parents learn about the internet

Parents want more experience of using technology to join their child’s digital life, a new survey has found.

The research also found that while children are spending more time using technology, only a fifth of parents share something on a digital device with their child once a week.

A nationwide schools project designed to help 17,000 primary schools across the country engage parents in the new computing curriculum is being launched to mark this year’s Safer Internet Day.

Patrick Fagan joined Wake Up London to explain more.

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