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Online Safety Tips for Parents and Carers to Keep Children Safe Online over Summer
This free online safety guide focuses on keeping children safe online over summer. It highlights a number of tips such as setting a screen time limit, setting a good example and limiting social audiences.
A free online safety guide on keeping children safe online over summer.
School’s out … for summer! Yes, it’s that time of the year again: around six weeks at home for ecstatic youngsters. For many young people, a bumper stint off school means a welcome chance to spend even more time with their games console, phone, tablet or smart TV. So whether your children are likely to be scrolling on Snapchat, nestling in front of Netflix or frying foes on Fortnite, we’ve put together some top tips to help you keep them safe online this holiday.
In the guide, you'll find tips such as setting a screen time limit, setting a good example and limit social audiences.