If you are new to the message boards, please read the rules and make sure to follow them. Always remember to stay safe when online.
We read every message before it is published. Break these house rules
and your message will fall into the cyber-bin.
To comment on CBBC you must be aged 15 years or under.
Personal details are things that could identify you to other people - like your surname, your school name, addresses, phone numbers, emails, instant messaging names or personal websites. You are not allowed to share this information for your own safety. However, you CAN tell people your first name, age and whether you are a boy or a girl.
You must not have a social networking site which uses the same name as your CBBC display name and you must not sign off your posts with a name that links your CBBC account to a social networking site. This is for your own personal safety. CBBC will conduct checks every day to make sure that you aren't doing either of these things - if you are caught doing so, your account will be immediately banned from CBBC.
CBBC and Newsround have been made especially for children. We can't allow other websites to be mentioned as we cannot be sure that they are suitable or safe.
Children aged 6-15 years old use the CBBC website. Please bear this in mind when you're mentioning films, games and TV programmes. This means: no certificate 15 or 18 films and games, no TV programmes shown after 9pm and no topics about things that others might find upsetting.
Please do not use more than one account: it is confusing for other members. Please do not pretend to be another person (this includes celebrities) or you could risk your accounts being closed.
Sharing your opinion is fine as long as it is said politely and fairly, but being mean and/or causing arguments is not allowed.
Repetitive, pointless, advertising messages are not allowed on CBBC.
Everyone must be able to easily understand your message. We can't allow messages that are written in code or a language which isn't English.
Please don't copy and paste song lyrics, scripts or any other text that doesn't belong to you on the boards onto the boards (this include's other people's comments).
CBBC is a place to meet other CBBC fans and make friends. Please don't talk about boyfriend/girlfriends or romantic gestures.
When replying to a message on a thread, make sure it is on the topic of the original post (for example, don't post about sport in a conversation about music).
We know it is interesting finding out about your favourite stars, but please don't discuss famous people's private lives on these boards. If a presenter or celebrity announces something in public, then it's OK to talk about - but if it's just rumour or gossip then please don't discuss it here.
No board-stretching (like thhhhhhhhhhiiiiiiiiisssssssssss!!!!!) The CBBC messageboards are too much fun to mess up!
You must promise to stick to the 14 house rules.
Every message is read and checked before it is posted to make sure it is suitable. If you break any of the rules or try to sneak things through, then your message will be sent to the cyber-bin!
If you haven't seen your message after 24 hours and you don't think you have broken these rules, please contact us.
The CBBC Messageboards are open 2pm-8pm on school days and 9am-8pm on weekends and holidays.
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