Supporting Young People online - Information and Advice for Parents and Carers
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Fortnite Chapter 2
Fortnite, one of the biggest video games of all time, has received an update.
Fortnite Chapter 2 has a whole host of new in-game features, is more visually appealing and has a brand-new map for players to explore. It’s likely that your child will be spending hours on end getting to grips with the new updates. Please see the guide to help parents and carers understand exactly what Fortnite is all about.
We have had a few issues this week regarding children arguing and playing inappropriate games based on the computer game Fortnite.
Please could parents be aware that the game does feature violence, in-game purchasing, and also the option for group chat, which is unfiltered and accessible to strangers.
As with any age restricted programs (13+), our guidance is to avoid the game, but if you do choose to let your child play, please be aware of the issues surrounding it and your child's online safety.
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What parents should know about Fortnite
This group video chat is a video-focused social media app. Friends (and friends of friends) can communicate with each other via live video and texts. Because there is no screening and the video is live, there's always the possibility of inappropriate content for children