Suffolk school contacts parents over Squid Game on Netflix
Schools issue Squid Game advice to parents
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Schools are contacting parents over the violent Netflix show Squid Game after its popularity has filtered down to the playground.
The Korean show has an age rating of 15 and sees innocent children's games turn deadly.
It is Netflix's biggest debut hit, pulling in 111 million fans in less than four weeks.
Nationally, some schools have been warning parents not to let their children watch the show, with its gruesome scenes.
Sebert Wood Community Primary School in Bury St Edmunds is supporting parents over how to talk to children about "scary matters" following Squid Game's release.
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In an email to parents, James Tottie, online safety lead at Sebert Wood Community Primary School, said: "You …
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