In the news, again!


Our work for online safety group, Internet Matters made a splash in the national media with Sky News, Metro, Huffington Post and the Independent.  Six in ten parents wanted a ban on mobile phones in school, prompting a classic generational clash with their kids and echoing controversial legislation in France.

Internet Matters, supported by digital giants such as BT, BBC, TalkTalk, Facebook and Google have been working with Trinity McQueen for over a year, to support parents and children navigate the risks, challenges and opportunities of online media.

Click here for the Start the School Year Safe Online guide to see more of their work.  We’re proud to be working alongside the group.

Mei Lock, Associate Director

Katie Grundy