Monthly Archives: July 2014

New Online Safety Checklists for Parents from the NSPCC

Parents/carers and adults want to teach children about all aspects of safety and enable them to become resilient to risks, whether that’s about crossing the road safely, learning to swim or being wary of strangers. However, talking to children about … Continue reading

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Conscious Internet Usage resources from Into Film

Into Film is a film education charity that works with 5-19 year olds across the UK. It works within and outside school settings to put film at the heart of children and young people’s education and personal development. The charity … Continue reading

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The Information Commissioner’s Office updates Data Protection Guidance for Education

The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) have updated their guidance for education settings (July 2014) regarding data protection. The update includes a useful video aimed at headteachers, deputy headteachers, school business managers and school governors. It discusses data protection and freedom … Continue reading

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ChildLine Schools Service: Booking now for Kent & Medway Primary Schools

Research has shown that the majority of children who contact the ChildLine helpline for information, help and support are over 11 years old but we know that abuse often started many months, or even years, before. As a result, a … Continue reading

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