Monthly Archives: September 2014

‘Parenting in the Digital Age’ is coming to Kent

The Parent Zone’s innovative training programme ‘Parenting in the Digital Age’ (PITDA) is coming to Kent this autumn on November 27th and is being hosted at Pent Valley Technology College, Folkestone. The PITDA programme has been designed with a specific … Continue reading

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Childnet’s Digiduck story is back!

The popular e-Safety book by Childnet for early years and KS1 children, Digiduck’s Big Decision, is back and it’s a brand new version! Thanks to the fantastic support from Microsoft in the US and the UK Childnet have been able … Continue reading

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New CEOP Think U Know SEN Resources Available

It’s important to recognise that all young people are vulnerable when it comes to sexual exploitation and abuse in the online and offline world. However some young people face increased vulnerability for many reasons, such as having special educational needs. … Continue reading

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Cyber Security Challenge – Inspiring the next generation

The National Crime Agency have partnered with the Cyber Security Challenge Schools programme to help create a series of innovative learning tools and teaching resources to raise awareness of the exciting careers in cyber security and develop practical skills in … Continue reading

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Guest Post on Kent Teach Blog: Social Networking for Teachers – Practical Tips

The Kent Teach blog has published a guest blog post today by the Kent e-Safety officer, Rebecca Avery sharing practical tips and ideas for teachers considering using social networking tools either as part of classroom practice or as part of … Continue reading

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e-Safety within “Inspecting Safeguarding”, September 2014. Be aware this content has been updated to reflect changes for September 2015.

 Be aware this content has been updated to reflect changes for September 2015 and updated content can be found here Post two – e-Safety within “Inspecting Safeguarding”, September 2014 From September 2014 Ofsted have continued to provide a specific section … Continue reading

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e-Safety within the Ofsted School Inspection Framework, September 2014. Be aware this content has been updated to reflect changes for September 2015.

 Be aware this content has been updated to reflect changes for September 2015 and updated content can be found here Part One: e-Safety within the Ofsted School Inspection Framework, September 2014 Alongside schools, Ofsted Inspectors are expected to be familiar … Continue reading

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Ofsted and e-Safety: updates for September 2014 – Be aware this content has been updated to reflect changes for September 2015.

 Be aware this content has been updated to reflect changes for September 2015 and updated content can be found here In July 2014 Ofsted published the updated version of their School Inspection Framework ready for use in September 2014. Ofsted … Continue reading

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Childnet launch new guides to e-Safety in the Computing Curriulum

The introduction of the Computing curriculum in England aims to equip all pupils with the knowledge, understanding and skills to use information and communication technology creatively and purposefully. A key aspect of this lies in being digitally literate. Online technologies … Continue reading

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