online safety training

Let’s imagine you work as a teacher in a secondary school, and you overhear a fifteen-year-old student telling her friends that she has a new boyfriend. When her friends ask if it’s anyone they know, she tells them no, because she met the boy online. She then goes on to tell her friends that her…

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The news that sex and relationships education (SRE) will soon become a compulsory teaching requirement for all UK schools has been welcomed by the majority of teaching staff and parents. The updated sex and relationships education curriculum is set to include topics such as online safety, sexting and consent. The issues surrounding pornography will also…

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If your child protection or e-safety training is up for renewal soon, don’t panic. We will send you an email to let you know exactly when your training and certifications expire. It’s incredibly easy to buy new training credits or to renew your unlimited licence. If you would like to have a chat with us…

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Ofsted are now inspecting e-Safety practice within schools.  New guidance for Ofsted inspectors was published in April 2013 and is available here. The guidance highlights what Ofsted inspectors will be looking for are with regards to e-Safety in schools and this includes: Evidence that all school staff have received annual e-Safety training. A whole school approach…

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