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We have been aware that another child at our school has been targeted online by an unknown person asking inappropriate questions on Roblox. This is a dangerous game as it links to many unsuitable sites and is easily infiltrated by people who wish to gain access to innocent children. The incident this week was reported to CEOPS who confirm that these kinds of issues on Roblox are very common, so we advise the website is best avoided for younger children, or at least used with a high level of supervision.
If you haven’t done so already, please set up parental controls on all your children’s devices. There is lots of useful information on the CEOPS website, which can also be accessed via our school website. There are specific sections for the younger age groups and how to keep them safe online.
There are other good websites out there for parents:
Child’s Net
Childnet’s mission is to work in partnership with others around the world to help make the internet a great and safe place for children: www.childnet.com There is a lot of tools on this site for children, young people, parents and professionals.
Internet matters:
Internet matters is an organisation which aim is to keep children safe in the digital world. It provides advice and support for children, young people and parents. There is a particular section which relates to ways to tackle and stop cyber bullying: www.internetmatters.org It can also support with information about parental controls.
NSPCC: Share Aware
There is lots of support and advice available through this site. If you access this site and click the link “Preventing Abuse” – “Keeping Children Safe”; you will find lots of tools.
NSPCC Net Aware: this is a type of search engine for applications and websites. On this site there is reviews written by young people as well as parents which think about the risks but also the benefits.

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