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Primary school pupils should NOT have smartphones or unlimited internet access, head of Ofsted warns


Primary school pupils should NOT have smartphones or unlimited internet access, head of Ofsted tells parents

  • Ofsted’s boss was ‘not comfortable’ with children having internet access
  • Children owning smartphones was also a concern raised by Amanda Spielman
  • Her thoughts come at a time when the Online Safety Bill is being hotly debated
  • Yet the ASCL have called for huge changes to the Ofsted inspection system

Ofsted’s boss suggested that children should not have unrestricted internet access or smartphones at a young age. 

The watchdog’s chief inspector, Amanda Spielman, expressed her surprisal on hearing that primary and early secondary school children sometimes own mobile phones.

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