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Dr Mark Griffiths, professor of behavioural addiction at Nottingham Trent University, offers his advice for parents concerned about their child's online gaming habits.
Friday 7 July: Smartphones and the rise in head lice + argumentative children doing well in the core three subjects + over a third of kids adding strangers online.
26 May: Tips for teachers following terrorist incidents, plummeting teaching applications + Twitter reacts to the Edexel GCSE Maths exam.
13 April 2017: fake news + new Amazon dashboard for parents + Grammar schools and 'ordinary working families.'
Parent Zone has voiced its concern that a smartphone app aimed at 17 years+ with a PEGI 3 rating indicating that it's suitable for children.
Whether you have new technology for Christmas or are looking to find new ways to enjoy older devices, here's some essential advice on apps and games for families.
Game set to make a comeback over Christmas with new and limited edition characters including Pikachu in a Santa hat.
The app, launched by National Numeracy, is designed to ‘address the gap between school and real-life maths.’
The company behind the Eve Online game issues warning to all online gambling sites using its content.