e-safety

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Strip Fortnite

Risks and concerns around children playing the online game Fortnite, which has a 12 rating but is played by much younger children.

There is an emerging trend, where people are playing strip Fortnite using webcams. The rule is that when you achieve a “kill” you have to strip off, potentially adding an additional risk from children being exposed to and/or sharing indecent images whilst playing the game.

 Please could you share this information with parents and colleagues and remind them that any inappropriate/unlawful contact with children online needs to be reported to the CSE Hub Advice Line on 01274 435049 

 

BBC Webwise - A useful website for information on a number of computer related topics, helping users to stay safe when online.

Bullying - A website offering lots of advice to anyone suffering from bullying.

Childline - A wealth of information on a number of important topics for teenagers.

Its not Ok - This website contains information for young people, parents, carers, and professionals about reporting child sexual exploitation.

Netlingo (part 1) - a website that provides the top 50 chat acronyms parent need to know.

Netlingo (part 2) - this page provides 50 more acronyms parents should know.

NSPCC - The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children specialises in safeguarding work for all children with information for parents and guardians.

Parentinfo - a website that provides an insight to the use of acronyms teenagers often use when chatting to one another that parents should be aware of.

Stop Cyber Bullying - A website that focuses on the causes and prevention of cyber-bullying. 

Think You Know - A website with great interactive content for pupils and parents by the Child Exploitation and Online Protection centre.

Vodafone Digital Parenting - Up to date information from one of the biggest UK mobile providers offering information for parents and guardians on a number of topics.