Goldilocks and social media

Written by: Pete Henshaw | Published:
The Goldilocks story, illustrated by Tony Ross, has been distributed to every UK primary school to help with digital safety education

Every primary school in the UK has been sent a copy of #Goldilocks – a book aimed at helping teachers to have conversations about the responsible use of social media.

The Goldilocks story was reimagined for the digital age by author Jeanne Willis and illustrator, Tony Ross.

The ebook was originally published in December to mark the launch of Vodafone’s Digital Parenting website, a resource for parents focused on the latest digital safety and wellbeing issues.

After a positive response, Vodafone decided to send 20,000 copies of the book to UK primary schools just before the summer break. The ebook can still be found on the Digital Parenting website alongside the seventh edition of the Digital Parenting magazine.


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