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Help to keep your child safe on YouTube.

 

It is a serious safeguarding concern when videos shared by children are open to the public, as this means that they can not only be viewed by anyone, but also be commented on by anyone.

 

This could lead to the attention of online trolls, which can be an extremely unpleasant experience for those on the receiving end of vicious comments. 

 

At Brookfield Primary School we promote that parents/carers ensure that all videos uploaded to YouTube accounts (that children may have at home) are be made private. 

 

YouTube Security and Safety Tips

YouTube Tips

How to keep your child safe when they are using a Smartphone / Device 
NSPCC guide to apps, games and social media sites
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