Following the fantastic reception our Pokémon Go Parents’ Guide received on social media, these tips should act as a helpful reminder to keeping your children safe as they play.
Social media network says uploaded photos and other media will no longer count towards the 140 character limit.
A collaboration between a leading divorce firm and a children's mental health charity has provided a unique insight into the effects separation has on children.
Abusive Instagram posts will be automatically hidden from the social network following the release of a new tool that blocks offensive words and comments.
Theresa May's proposed education reforms aim to end 'selection by house price'.
Parent Zone’s tips for supporting your child if their GCSE exam results didn't go their way.
Parent Zone’s tips for supporting your child if their A-level exam results didn't go their way.
The new pilot scheme will aim to teach pupils computer coding skills and improve social mobility in the technology sector.
People have been sharing stories of sexual harassment on social media in a bid to make sex and relationship education a compulsory part of the curriculum.
The unusual topic is designed to help combat the negative effects porn is believed to have on young people.
New research has found that 34% of parents use alcohol to encourage good behaviour in their children, despite them being under 14 years old.
The Government’s strategy to tackle the rising problem of childhood obesity is attacked as ‘embarrassing’ by medical experts.
The dominance of technology has led some individuals to abandon their devices to spend more time in the offline world.
A new social media campaign by the Scottish Government highlights the signs of Child Exploitation (CSE) in a series of 10-second 'snaps'.
Results from a new survey come less than a year since figures showed a 47% drop in prosecutions for the offence between 2009 – 2014.
As yet another report highlights problems with mental health provision for young people in the UK, Megan Rose rounds up recent research and asks what can be done to help.
The ‘Cultural Citizens Programme’ will aim to increase children’s access to cultural activities and events.
New figures show a rise in school exclusions for racist-related incidents.
A report has found that 1,000 children are currently waiting to be matched with an adult mentor.
The Olympic Games opening ceremony takes place tomorrow so what better time to encourage your children to be more active? These games may just help...
The photo-sharing app's latest feature seems heavily influenced by Snapchat.
The Northumbria Police and Crime Commissioner has said that making sex education compulsory would be an effective way of preventing future child abuse.