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Virtual ‘Your Digital Family’ Quiz Event Being Delivered By PNECET

16 December 2020

Preston North End Community and Education Trust is running the free 'Your Digital Family' online quiz for families and young people to join next week.

The Trust’s online event will take place from approximately 6pm until 7pm on Monday 21st December and will be hosted by Preston’s College students participating on the National Citizen Service programme to complete their social action projects.

The new online quiz event is about all the brilliant and different things families love doing online. You can take part from your front room, dining table, or wherever your family can come together online.

You can join the Trust’s event for an hour of questions, fun, and family interaction to test your family’s knowledge and find out just how much you know about the digital world.

We have three rounds of simple but challenging questions, that will also give you some great new ideas for family conversations about tech – and things you can do together both online and offline.

There will also be a themed Preston North End round to test your knowledge of the Lilywhites’ first team squad, and while winners won’t be definitively recorded, prizes will be available for some of those who take part.

Your Digital Family quiz events are suitable for parents and young people in secondary school and will highlight topics such as internet safety. There is no cost to take part in the event.

All you need to take part is some paper, a pen and a connected device – like a smartphone, tablet or laptop. Plus, an hour to take part as a family – at a time that suits you!

If you are interested in joining the Your Digital Family event, simply email using ‘Your Digital Family’ in the subject line to express your interest.

Places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. The quiz will be facilitated via Zoom with a link to be sent to accepted participants nearer to the time of the meeting.

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