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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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The Digitally Smart Guide — LEGO
LEGO has released a series of online guides to help you and your child live digitally smart lives.
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The Big Ask: The Big Answer — Children’s Commissioner for England
In response to The Big Ask, a survey that asked children their thoughts on improving their lives, the Children's Commissioner for England has now published the results in the form of The Big Answer.
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Going Too Far — tackling extremism in the classroom
This new resource from the DfE and LGfL provides schools with case studies and other information to help teach children about extremist behaviours online.
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R;pple Suicide Prevention Tool
Created to offer support and hope for those considering self-harm or suicide, the free R;pple browser extension is now available.
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Exploring YouTube Confidently
The YouTube experience is for parents who decide their kids are ready to explore the vast universe of YouTube videos. This supervised experience comes with content settings, limited features, and features that help build healthy digital habits.
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Play together / Play Smart Research
Together with our partner Electronic Arts, we surveyed 2,000 parents to find out more about how they interact with their children’s gameplay. The infographic below highlights the insights from the research.
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14+ – Gender Stereotypes Online: What You Need To Know
If you’ve completed The Online Together Project skills tool, use this supplementary guide as a learning tool together with friends or family to get more familiar with gender stereotypes online and have meaningful conversations.
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11-13 – Gender Stereotypes Online: What You Need To Know
If you’ve completed The Online Together Project skills tool, use this supplementary guide as a learning tool together with friends or family to get more familiar with gender stereotypes online and have meaningful conversations.
If you’ve completed The Online Together Project ...
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