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Children’s Commissioner launches social media terms and conditions ‘jargon-buster’ teaching resources #esafety

The Children’s Commissioner has today published a set of new ‘jargon-busting’ documents to help young people understand social media terms and conditions as a follow-up to the ‘Growing up digital‘ study. These short guides are are not legal documents but … Continue reading

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Children’s Commissioner launches ‘Digital 5 A Day’ Framework: Suggestions for Educational Settings

The Children’s Commissioner has launched a new ‘Digital 5 A Day ‘ campaign to provide a simple framework to help children lead healthy online lives. The approach reflects the concerns of parents/ carers as well as children’s behaviours and needs and seeks … Continue reading

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“Growing up Digital” – New report from the Children’s Commissioner

Anne Longfield, Children’s Commissioner for England has published the results of a year-long study, the Growing Up Digital report. The report explores how well children are prepared to engage with the internet and states that today’s children are left to learn about the … Continue reading

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