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The government have released information on how to be more aware of what your child is viewing online, especially during the Covid-19 crisis.
The internet is a fantastic resource for research and schoolwork, but make sure your child takes regular breaks away from the screen. If you find that they are spending a lot of time online and even thinking about it when they're offline (instead of spending time with family) then maybe it’s time to back off a bit.
There’s a whole world out there – and while the internet can be fun, creative and social, your child could be missing out on real life.
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BBC Own It has excellent advice and films for appropriate and safe use of the internet.
If you are concerned about anything to do with online conduct or communication click the CEOP link to report any issues.