According to the latest Ofsted guidance, schools should be educating students about how to recognise and manage any potential online risks. This is not necessarily as easy as it sounds, especially when many staff feel they know less about social media than the students they teach. With Ofsted’s expectation that schools place e-safety firmly within…

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A new study, reported in Growing your baby, by the EU Kids online project has raised concerns about how very young children are now increasingly using the Internet, whilst they are far too young to understand the risks.  The project has also highlighted the risks in parental use of the Internet, with many parents posting photographs and…

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Education is widely given as the most important element of e-Safety and this message has recently been reinforced by Peter Davies, the chief executive of the Child Exploitation and Online Protection, in an interview published at Public Service.co.uk Davies is quoted as saying  that education is vital to keep children safe on-line. “It essential that every…

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