TikTok Parent Guide

Many incidents police are currently dealing with are related to TikTok, some of the children involved are in Y2/3, most are Y6/7 and you can imagine if they have required police intervention they are all very serious.

It’s important that we keep ourselves up to date with the risks and issues. OpenView Education have put together a really useful TikTok guide for parents. You can find the guide HERE.

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