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This page provides useful information aimed at parents of primary age children from a variety of agencies including the Child Exploitation and Online Protection agency (CEOP) who work with law enforcement to keep all children safe online.

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You may be aware that there have been a number of scary videos appearing on certain YouTube Kids videos online - a doll-like figure reportedly sending graphic violent images. We have attached a guide below from the nationalonlinesafety.com website and a link if you wish to read any of the information. Thank you.

Safer Internet Week 2019

This year's theme was 'Our internet, our choice. Understanding consent in a digital world.'

The children looked at the word 'consent' within assemblies and within class.

As an additional piece of information for parents, we have attached a child safety parent fact-sheet on the video sharing app TikTok which has been sent to us from the safeguarding training centre. Please see the file below.

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