Richmond digital company works with school to promote internet safety

From left, Martin Pybus, St Mary's pupil Emily and head Katie Whitehead.

Richmond digital creative business Phunky Moo has teamed up with St Mary’s Roman Catholic School to help educate the young children about the dangers of the internet.

Phunky Moo owner Martin Pybus purchased 15 copies of the Caught in the Web book and has donated them to

Headteacher Katie Whitehead said: “These books will help our children in making the right choices, the consequences of their actions and how to deal with difficult issues relating to PSHE and citizenship at both KS1 and KS2.”

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Martin said: “Phunky Moo is proud to support St Mary’s School.

“The internet is full of hidden risks and it is important that our children are educated and kept safe while using the internet.”