Online Safety for Schools - from basics to 360 degree safe
Designated Safeguarding Leads, Child Protection Coordinators, Headteachers, e-safety leads, Computing leads
Outline of event:
This event is intended to help schools evaluate and develop their policy and practice on e-Safety. It is aimed at DSLs, CPCs, Computing leads, Headteachers, or e-safety leads in (predominantly) Primary schools.
The session is led by Andy Nunn, formerly ICT officer with responsibility in this area for the ERYC Improvement and Learning Service, who now works independently in this area. Andy has wide experience of ICT and Computing in schools, and regularly works with teachers, parents, children and others to promote e-safety. He is a thinkuknow Ambassador and an Assessor for the 360 degree safe Online Safety Mark scheme, and will provide follow up links and online resources to facilitate development in this area after the event.
Content will include:
* policies and acceptable use agreements
* monitoring, evidencing and celebrating good practice
* peer mentoring opportunities
* Online safety in the Computing Curriculum and the wider curriculum
* age related risks and concerns, including gaming and image sharing
* keeping up to date with new issues and resources
* engaging with parents
* the Online Safety mark from 360 degree safe
...and will reflect the latest information in the field at the time
Participants are encouraged to bring a wireless device to access some online resources on the afternoon though this is not essential.
Learning and Teaching Outcomes:
enhanced policy and practice in e-safety
preparation for 360 degree safe
We expect that all CPD will involve integral evaluation processes
Duration: this is a half day PM event
item code ~ event 76
Event Facilitator: Andy Nunn