Minecraft: parent factsheet

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Share this factsheet with parents so they're aware of potential risks on Minecraft, and what steps they can take to help keep their child safe.

Last reviewed on 12 January 2022
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Minecraft: parent factsheet

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Download and share this factsheet with parents to help them keep their child safe when playing on Minecraft. It explains the potential risks, and what they can do about them.

You can share this factsheet however you think is best - whether that's by email, printing copies, or putting it on your school website. We recommend sharing it digitally, so parents can easily access the links. We just ask that you keep our logo on it, so it's clear that it was produced by The Key Safeguarding from The Key.

Sharing this in a newsletter or emailing it to parents?

Use this text to introduce it:

"Minecraft is a popular game where children explore an online world. They can use building blocks to customise the world and create new parts to it. It can be a fun way for children to be creative and try new things, but there are some potential risks you should be aware of too. Use this factsheet to learn more about the risks and what you can do to help keep your child safe."

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