Online Safety

A consultancy advice, support and guidance package for senior leaders, and training for teaching staff to provide children with a safe environment for learning.  It supports schools in meeting the national requirements for online safety as part of the Safeguarding agenda, and ensuring that children are safe in their use of ICT. 

E-Safety Guidance Information

ICT can offer many positive educational and social benefits to young people, but unfortunately there are some dangers. As in any other area of life, children and young people are vulnerable and may expose themselves to danger, whether knowingly or unknowingly, when using the internet and other technologies. Additionally, some young people may find themselves involved in activities which are inappropriate, or possibly illegal.

E safety useful documents

Childnet International, a non-profit organisation working with others to help make the Internet a great and safe place for children.

Think u Know website
This website is brought to you by the Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) Centre and contains loads of information on internet safety and safe surfing for young people.

Anti - Bullying Alliance

Virtual Global Taskforce
The Virtual Global Taskforce (VGT) is an international alliance of law enforcement agencies created in 2003.

Resources and Publications

E-Safety – Developing whole-school policies to support effective practice
Esafety revised 2006
Becta advice booklet with helpful support and a useful appendix on checklists for developing acceptable use policies.

Signposts to Safety – Teaching internet safety at Key stages 3 and 4
Signposts to Safety
Useful information and resources including relevant websites and section on embedding internet safety issues into the curriculum at key stages 3 and 4

Safeguarding children in a digital world
Safeguarding children in a digital world
Developing a strategic approach to e-safety

For more information

Call Donna Holloway on 0800 073 4444 Extn. 834 053

Email Donna Holloway
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