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News Release


PR 15352


20 November 2017


Parents and carers of young people who attend Sandwell secondary schools are being invited to attend Clickwise sessions to learn about keeping safe online.

Sessions, also aimed at students who attend secondary schools, will focus on online safety and filters, child sexual exploitation (CSE) and exposure to pornography and other dangers online.

The sessions will be delivered by Adam Shaikh who is the Youth Commissioner of Sandwell and the Chair of SHAPE Youth Forum.

There will also be a performance and workshop focusing on spotting signs of grooming and exploitation from Loudmouth Education and Training, which are specialists in delivering safeguarding programmes.  

Councillor Simon Hackett, Sandwell Council's cabinet member for children's services, is in full support of these sessions and urges parents and carers to book their places: "With children and young people now spending more time online it is essential they know how to stay safe.

"These sessions will give parents and carers some really good tips on how they can keep their children safe online and look out for warning signs of potential dangers.

"I urge people to get their place as soon as possible."

The Clickwise project is holding seven sessions over the next six months in schools and academies in Sandwell.

These will take place from 6pm – 8pm and doors will open at 5.30pm.

The venues for each of the events are as follows:


St Michael's School, Curral Road, Rowley Regis, B65 9AN 

Wednesday 29 November 2017


ACE Academy, Tipton, DY4 7NR

Tuesday 30 January 2018


Holly Lodge, Holly Lane, Smethwick, B67 7JG

Monday 5 February 2018

West Bromwich

Sandwell Central Sixth, New Square, New Street, West Bromwich, B70 7PG

Wednesday 21 March 2018

George Salter Academy, Davey Road, West Bromwich, B70 9UW

Wednesday 2 May 2018


Wodensborough Ormiston Academy, 148 Hydes Road, Wednesbury, WS10 0DR

Wednesday 28 March 2018


Oldbury Academy, Pound Road, Oldbury, B68 8NE

Tuesday 17 April 2018

To book a place on a session go to  


SHAPE Programme | Sandwell Council

SHAPE Programme 2018

Clickwise is a partnership venture led by Sandwell Council through the SHAPE Programme (child’s voice initiative in Sandwell) with local organisations such as West Midlands Police, Brook, Youth Services and Sandwell’s child sexual exploitation (CSE) team. The event is sponsored by the Safer Sandwell Partnership Local Police & Crime Board (SSPCB).

For further information please contact: 
Sandwell Council Communications Unit 
0121 569 3031 
Out of hours/emergency: 07920 027 723

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