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KIDS Foundation

eSafety launch in NSW

The children of Hamilton Community Preschool were excited to see SeeMore Safety in real life and in Augmented Reality as the KIDS Foundation launched the SeeMore eSafety book and App at their preschool on Wednesday. 

Local State Member for Newcastle, Tim Crackanthorp, joined Newcastle Permanent Charitable Foundation representatives, Jennifer Leslie (Chair) Carly Bush (Executive officer) and Lanah Maruff (Partnerships coordinator) along with KIDS Foundation's CEO Susie O'Neill and Nicholas Van Der Molen as part of the launch which highlighted the importance of eSafety amongst our youngest technology users. 

The children joined in discussion on ways to stay safe online which included using a device in a shared area and limiting the amount of screen time. 

You can download the SeeMore App  for free via this link or in the App store

Newcastle Weekly have covered the story in their article in the link below. 


25 August 2022
Category: News