Pre-teens (11-13)

Online safety advice

As children between the ages of 11 and 13 make the transition to a more independent stage with the move to secondary school, they become more confident internet users with more varied habits. Internet use can be hugely positive for children, but it’s vital to continue discussing online safety with them.

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Discover what Facebook is doing to keep children safe online
With over 2.4 billion people using Facebook, safety is a key focus to help tackle harmful content online and keep people safe on its platform.
With over 2.4 billion people using Facebook, ...
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Parents guide to the Fortnite World Cup
Learn more about the Fornite World Cup and why it's gathered a lot of press coverage and why it could inspire young children to join e-sports gaming.
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Parents’ guide: What is Yolo app and is it safe?
Learn more about the Yolo app and what to watch out for to keep kids safe.
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Harry Potter: Wizards Unite parents’ guide
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Broadband Activity Pack
Broadband Activity Pack
Sky Broadband is team up with Sky Broadband Buddy and creates an activity pack for families.
Sky Broadband is team up with Sky ...
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New Instagram cyberbullying prevention tools launched
In a recent post, Instagram announced the introduction of new tools on their platform to help users tackle the issue of cyberbullying.
In a recent post, Instagram announced the ...
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Parenting Generation Game report
Our research looks at parents’ views of their children’s relationship with gaming, across all devices and platforms.
Our research looks at parents’ views of ...
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New Children’s Commissioner’s 2019 report reveals rates of childhood vulnerability
New report reveals that an estimated 2.3 million children are living with risk because of a vulnerable family background.
New report reveals that an estimated 2.3 ...
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