This year E-Safety Live will be a little different – and more local to you!
Why are these briefings important?
New Ofsted Framework; how does your
e-safety measure? Also new e-safety resources and tools – Free Update Briefings
The autumn term will again see radical change; change that will have far reaching impact on
e-safety and professional responsibilities at your school, academy or organisation. The UK Safer Internet Centre is organising over 100 short briefing sessions, right across the nation, to outline these changes and their impact.
These sessions will be free to attend and will aim to last approximately 2 hours. They are primarily aimed at senior leaders and those with a safeguarding responsibility.
E-Safety is one of those areas of safeguarding that never seems desperately important until things go wrong; only then do a host of authorities appear to point out the massive gaps that you missed. The recent Serious Case Review at a North Somerset First School where a member of staff had been systematically abusing children over a period of time clearly identified the glaring gaps in online safeguarding that in hindsight are so obvious but at the time, obviously didn’t register as a cause for concern - continue reading...
Each session will include the following updates
- Latest technology overview; opportunities and threats
- Latest research conclusions
- Ofsted frameworks (England venues)
- Legislation update (England and Wales)
- Latest tools and resources
- Follow up
- Question and Answers
The Schedule will grow significantly over time as we confirm venues to hold events. The total is hoped to reach some 100 events and cover the entire nation.
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