Why Are School Break Times Shorter Now Than 20 Years Ago?
In recent years, there has been a noticeable decrease in the length of school break times. A long-term study by UCL has found that primary school students in England are now receiving 45 minutes less break time per week than
New Study Finds No Links Between Video Games and Aggressive Behaviour: What Parents Need to Know
When looking for someone to blame as a result of a mass shooting or acts of extreme violence, there is always one topic that happens to rear its head and that is gaming. But a new study conducted over at Oxford University has found
Children’s exposure to TV ads for age-restricted products is falling
A new study from the Advertising Standards Authority has revealed that between 2013 and 2017 children’s exposure to TV ads has declined by 29.7%, falling from 229.3 ads per week to 161.2. These findings show that in recent years, children’s exposure to TV
How to Keep Pre-Teens Safe Online: Advice for Parents
As the world becomes increasingly digital, children are at risk of the emotional dangers of social media. Pre-teens, especially those transitioning from primary to secondary school, maybe the most vulnerable. It is essential for parents to understand how to protect their