14 April 2021
Disney+ has broadened their content to include more adult themed media under the banner of Disney+ Star. This new feature includes more films, TV series and documentaries aimed at more mature audiences. To work alongside these new titles the platform has enabled some privacy features which parents and carers can use to restrict certain content for younger members of the family.
13 April 2021
How watching other films and recreating your favourite movie scenes can help to inspire your Film Competition entries
08 April 2021
Childnet Digital Champion Aimee discussed online safety with the media as part of Safer Internet Day 2021
06 April 2021
BAFTA's Lisa Prime says Film Competition is a great opportunity for young people to swap ideas and create something special with friends and classmates
01 April 2021
Twitch is a streaming service which is extremely popular among young people. In this blog we look at what Twitch is and explore some key things for parents and carers to be aware of.
31 March 2021
As an organisation our mission is to make the internet a safe and great place for children to be. This week ‘Everyone’s Invited’, a campaign to eradicate rape culture, has seen young people sharing testimonies, their experiences of sexual harassment and violence both online and offline, shining a light on these behaviours in schools.
29 March 2021
Childnet Film Competition judge David Austin is 'looking forward to seeing all the brilliant entries' from schools and youth groups this year.
25 March 2021
In this blog we will share some of the ways in which young people’s experiences online have changed during the pandemic and highlight some of the opportunities that online entertainment and socialising can provide.
24 March 2021
Childnet have launched ‘Talk it over’, a new research-led resource designed to support educators in facilitating empathetic, honest, and evidence-based conversations on online hate and how to tackle it with secondary aged pupils.
23 March 2021
In this blog we will share some of the ways in which young people’s experiences online have changed during the pandemic and what parents and carers can do to support them if they see misinformation and fake news online.