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Many primary age children are able to access games, get information from the world wide web and sign up to media sites without supervision. The information and access via mobile phones, tablets and computers is a fantastic tool but it can also be a scary and dangerous one.
Please know what your children are accessing and who they are communicating with. Failure to do so puts them at potential risk.
The NSPCC have advised that parents should:
- let children know they could talk to them if upset or worried by anything they had seen online
- familiarise themselves with what their children did online and understand why they liked particular apps or games
- agree family rules on how to use apps, sites and games
- use privacy settings and parental controls to keep children safe