According to school administrations in various countries, Squid Game, the most popular show in the history of Netflix, is not suitable for children.
Many parents have received a warning letter from their children’s school about the access of the Squid Game to children.
This famous Korean show has multiple violent scenes that are considered MA-for mature audience only.But unfortunately, many parents have allowed their young children to watch the aggressive and violent scenes of the show.
Many school authorities have observed that children mimic the games and actions of Squid Game during break times in school grounds.
The famous show, Squid game, is based on a few simple children’s games but ends up in the murder of several people at once.The scenes are quite terrifying for children studying in schools. Many parents don’t bother to check what their children are watching on Netflix, and resultantly children get access to shows that are not appropriate for them.
Schools in Sydney, UK, the USA, and Australia have sent warning letters to parents and have cleared that they need to keep a check on what their children are watching on Netflix and should refrain them from watching Squid Game.
The Dulwich Hill Public school principal, Linda Wickham, has written in a warning letter that Squid Game has strong language and frightening scenes, and is not suitable for children studying in primary school.
Another source has revealed that a child has been caught mimicking the killing part of the show in the school ground of the school. Access to means of violence can lead to severe circumstances, and this needs to stop now. Children studying in school should never copy the aggressive scenes of violence displayed in TV shows.
Would you mind sharing this article with people around you and letting them know how Squid Game affects children’s innocence? Let us know if you have allowed your children to watch all the violent scenes of this famous Netflix show.
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