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Hi all,

 

It has been suggested to me that we need a "public viewing licence" for our tv if the children want to watch the tv or a dvd!

Please please tell me that this is not true!!!!!

 

Thanks

 

Duggy

 

p.s We have by the way got a tv licence.

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just out of interest are you asking this because you got unsolicited mail from a company offering this (as I did today) or for any specific reason. We don't have a tv at nursery, and only DVD's we watch are the one form child's eye media, which I am sure allow viewing at setting.

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just out of interest are you asking this because you got unsolicited mail from a company offering this (as I did today) or for any specific reason. We don't have a tv at nursery, and only DVD's we watch are the one form child's eye media, which I am sure allow viewing at setting.

Hi eyfs,

 

No, it was mentioned by our manager - I just wanted to see if other settings did this.

 

We watch DVDs and Videos with the children, the sort of stuff that would be on the telly.

 

Thanks,

duggy.

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It's my understanding that you need a public entertainment licence to watch DVDs, videos or listen to the radio. We needed a public entertainment licence to play the radio in the salon where I worked in the seventies, so it's not a new rule.

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I thought that if you were watching them for educational purposes the licence wasnt needed. I know this is how my lads secondary school got round showing the Braveheart in History. (Even though it wasnt real history!)

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