Instagram users will be able to filter out abusive messages and comments they receive as part of a new update unveiled by the social media platform.
Instagram users will be able to filter out abusive messages […]
Some families are worried about their children being labelled if they took up the mental health provision being offered.
Parents have been opting out of a scheme to provide targeted mental health support to […]
The former children’s commissioner for England has launched a legal claim against TikTok over allegations the social media platform has illegally collected personal data from millions of children.
The former c […]
Concern about air pollution near schools is rising among children, new figures suggest.
A poll of 1,305 UK pupils aged six to 15 indicated that 49% are worried about the issue, a poll commissioned by walking […]
Keen for your youngsters to discover the delight of getting lost in a good book? Here are 10 timeless classics for kids of all ages…
Following his efforts to tackle child food poverty, Marcus Rashford has u […]
A multi-year education recovery package of up to £15 billion is required in England to ensure children catch up on missed learning, a report suggests.
Without significant policy interventions and funding, […]
Footballer Marcus Rashford has launched a book club to help children from disadvantaged backgrounds and encourage them to read.
Footballer Marcus Rashford has launched a book club to help children from […]
Millions of children across England will be given the chance to share their hopes for a post-pandemic future in a landmark review backed by footballer Marcus Rashford.
The new children’s commissioner for En […]
The US safety regulator has warned those with children and pets to immediately stop using a treadmill made by Peloton after one child died and others were injured.
The US safety regulator has warned those with […]
Virgin Media has opened a pair of dining pods for two days, one located in London and the other in Edinburgh, allowing people to eat with loved ones as though they are sat in the same room.
Virgin Media has […]
Previous coronavirus infection does not fully protect young people against reinfection, research suggests.
Previous coronavirus infection does not fully protect young people against reinfection, research […]
The age-old question of how to talk to your baby is answered here by Dr. Nayeli Gonzalez-Gomez from Oxford Brookes University.
Dr. Nayeli Gonzalez-Gomez, a senior lecturer in psychology at Oxford Brookes […]
The Department for Education (DfE) expects face coverings to no longer be required in classrooms when easing of social contact limits indoors is confirmed in England, which will be no earlier than May 17. This […]
Teachers are calling for GCSEs and A-levels to be replaced with alternative assessments after the pandemic. The National Education Union’s (NEU) virtual annual conference heard that school staff now have a “ […]
The Dadsnet wrote a new post, Schoolgirl names new species of sea sponge Parpal Dumplin 1 week ago
A new species of sea sponge identified off the north Norfolk coast has been named Parpal Dumplin, with the winning suggestion coming from a local schoolgirl who noted it was purple and resembled a dumpling.
The Dadsnet wrote a new post, Rowan, 10, raises £1,200 for charity with walking challenge 1 week ago
Rowan Ridley, who has Down’s syndrome, has been sponsored to walk 20 miles – the distance from her house in Whitley Bay, North Tyneside, to her grandfather Geoffrey Ridley’s home in Belsay, North […]
The Dadsnet wrote a new post, Parents Need To Discuss 'In-Game Purchases' With Children 1 week ago
Parents are worried about children spending money on video games and apps but few regularly talk to them about it, research suggests. According to a poll of 2,000 mothers and fathers by Internet Matters, 43% […]
Cressida Cowell, the Children’s Laureate, has warned of “vast inequality” in the provision of primary school libraries
Children’s Laureate Cressida Cowell has warned of “vast inequality” in the provision […]
The Education Secretary, Gavin Williams, has backed schools that take a firm stance to tackle ‘ever-present mobile phones’, however, the school leaders union reports that “behaviour has never been better”.
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