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Family Life & parenting

Ofsted: Sexual harassment has become normalised in schools

Sexual harassment has been “normalised” in schools and colleges. This is the horrifying conclusion of Ofsted’s newly published report into harassment in the education system. This has to be a damming indictment of the impact of social media and messaging apps on the present generation of young people as the report shows much of this

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Family technology

Screen time rules post lockdown

From Thrive to Survive: Post lockdown screen time rules Let’s have a chat about screen time. How did screen time change for your children during lockdown? I am going to guess that use of tech increased for educational purposes because of all the remote schooling. I’ll wager use of messaging apps probably increased because it

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Family technology

The new Clubhouse app: What parents need to know

Clubhouse is a relatively new social media app that is increasing in popularity. Unlike many other social media channels, Clubhouse is audio-only and is presently only available on iOS devices. As a new social media app, parents need to know about it. In the article below, Ghislaine Bombusa outlines what parents need to know about

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Family Life & parenting

TikTok Family Pairing: Improved parental controls

If you have teenage children, you’ll almost certainly be familiar with TikTok. The video creation app has gone from strength to strength over the past couple of years with ever more users. With the growth in users has become a need to improve its approach to online safety, so it’s no surprise TikTok Family Pairing,

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