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Does your school use twitter to keep parents informed of what's going on?

Discussion in 'Primary' started by Duplobrick, Jan 20, 2011.

  1. Any draw backs or advantage?
  2. Any draw backs or advantage?
  3. advantage - easy, free, many parents have it.

    Disadvantage - blocked as standard on SEGfL, if something goes wrong when unblocked it is my testicles on the line....
  4. What could go wrong?
  5. If I can access twitter at school then so can the pupils. Im sure twitter do their best but undoubtably there are some, shall we say 'undesirable' characters, that may target children. If this happens at school and it was my decision to unblock twitter then I may be held accountable.
    Also you run the risk of opening up your AUP.. to say that you can only use social network sites for school business and not personal ? Not sure that is workable. Also if you open up twitter why not facebook/bebo/myspace?

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