Students find that it’s easy to get around computer safeguards to view inappropriate images at school. (CharismaNews file)
A new poll has found that one in six students in Great Britain have accessed pornographic websites on school computers.
Children aged 11 to 16 admitted to side-stepping teachers’ safeguards, according to the study, which was commissioned by an Internet service provider.
The revelation follows widespread concern about the number of young people sending sexually explicit messages by phone and social media.
The poll by Daisy Group interviewed 1,000 children of secondary-school age.
It found that four in 10 pupils view “unsuitable” websites with inappropriate content, such as violence.
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