GIS learns about Cyber Safety

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Students from Garden International School (GIS) learned about how to stay safe online thanks to a special presentation from a guest speaker.

Margie Granger from the Hand to Hand Foundation gave a presentation on Cyber Safety to students from Years 4 and up on October 17. After school she also gave a presentation and led a discussion with all GIS teachers.

The students learned about the need to be careful when online and with personal information in general. To show its appreciation GIS, which is based in Ban Chang near Pattaya, had a Mufti Day on October 17 which raised 20,680 baht to support this worthy charity.

Hand to Hand’s Margie Granger gave a valuable presentation to students on how to stay safe online. Hand to Hand’s Margie Granger gave a valuable presentation to students on how to stay safe online.

The community also helped out with donations, including 100 handmade Thai blankets provided by Fairway. The school’s front office was packed with donated goods which we delivered to Hand to Hand Foundation during the half-term break.

For more on the organisation, visit http://handtohandpattaya.wordpress.com/

Fairway generously donated 100 blankets to the Pattaya charity.Fairway generously donated 100 blankets to the Pattaya charity.

Primary students hand over a donation to the Hand to Hand Foundation.Primary students hand over a donation to the Hand to Hand Foundation.

Primary students donate lots of items to help the Hand to Hand Foundation.Primary students donate lots of items to help the Hand to Hand Foundation.