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E-Safety Briefing for Parents. Five golden rules for keeping your children safe online. Age ratings Social Network- Facebook etc. S. M. A. R. T. The 5 golden rules to keep children safe online. AFE. EETING. CCEPTING. ELIABLE. ELL. Computer Games.

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E-Safety Briefing for Parents

Five golden rules for keeping your children safe online.

Age ratings

Social Network- Facebook etc

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S

M

A

R

T

The 5 golden rules

to keep children safe online

AFE

EETING

CCEPTING

ELIABLE

ELL

computer games
Computer Games
  • Some video games can contain adult content:
    • Violence
    • Bad language
    • Fear
    • Sex
    • Drugs
    • Discrimination
    • Gambling
age ratings on computer games
Age ratings on Computer Games
  • PEGI – European Games Ratings
  • 18 Certificate Games are NOT suitable for children
  • Grand Theft Auto games contains violence, bad language and encourages drug use.
  • Call of Duty games contain motiveless violence, violence against innocent people and bad language.

Source PEGI website (www.pegi.info)

social networks
Social Networks
  • Only children above 13 years old can access Facebook!
  • Only adults can get a Twitter account.
  • Sometimes we have had to investigate cyber-bullying through Facebook.
e safety
E-Safety
  • Digital Parenting magazines are available on request.
  • If you have any concerns please ask us!
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