This page will be regularly updated with hints and tips on how to keep your child safer on the Internet and when using APPS and playing games.
Click on the link below to read updated guidance on the MoMo game.
Update for parents on the game MoMo
Click on the link below to view a poster which gives further guidance for parents on MoMo.
Click on the link below to read about the YouTube character Jeffy and discover why your child shouldn't be watching the videos.
Information for parents on the character Jeffy
Click on the link below for information on the Monkey app - an app which allows users to chat to complete strangers.
Information for parents on the app Monkey
Updated information on Fortnite
Click on the document below for some updated information on the game Fortnite.
Information update for parents on Fortnite
Social Media Guidance for parents and carers
Click on the document below for a practical guide on how to help keep your child safe when using social media.
Please click on the link below to read advice about MoMo Game.
Twitch and Omegle
Please click on the link below for advice on Twitch and Omegle
Doki Doki is a Japanese style horror/dating game that is becoming popular. This game isn't suitable for children and contains graphic scenes that children shouldn't be exposed to. There is also a lot of footage on YouTube of people playing the game, again which isn't suitable for children. Please click on the link below for some more detailed information and guidance.
Fortnite is an incredibly popular game at the moment. It is actually a PEGI12 game meaning it isn't regarded as suitable for children under 12 years of age.
Click HERE for a detailed parental guide on Fortnite.
This app has been in the news recently as it allows users to hide videos and photographs on a device meaning you, as parents, can't always see what content they have on their phone or tablet. Click HERE for some key information.