Parents pay £2,400 to send children to ‘social media etiquette’ class

Parents are paying up to £2,400 to send their children to ‘social media etiquette’ classes to help them avoid cyberbullying

  • Children as young as ten are being given classes to combat cyberbullying
  • Classes help develop ‘emotional resilience’ when using websites such as Twitter
  • Youngsters are taught how to portray their ‘best self’ and ‘when to avoid slang’

Children as young as ten are being given classes in social media etiquette to combat cyberbullying.

The British School of Etiquette in London teaches the module alongside lessons in table manners and correct pronunciation. 

Parents pay £2,400 for classes on how to develop ‘emotional resilience’ when using websites such as Twitter. 

Children as young as ten are being given classes in social media etiquette to combat cyberbullying. File photo


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Youngsters are also taught how to portray their ‘best self’, ‘when to avoid slang’ and how to ‘communicate with kindness, courtesy and integrity’.

School principal Philip Sykes told The Sunday Times: ‘Youngsters are so ready to hit that send and share button. 

‘We felt it was fundamental to introduce social media etiquette where we give them the tools on how to think before they take any action.’

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