Tag Archives: e-Safety

Ofsted publishes new ‘Online Safety in Schools’ survey

On the 3rd July, 2015, Ofsted published a new review which highlighted data from a survey of online safety practice across all HMI-led inspections during March 2015.  The survey referenced discussions on online safety issues with senior leaders, staff, governors … Continue reading

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Safer Internet Day 2016 Theme announced

The Uk Safer Internet Centre are pleased to announce that the theme for Safer Internet Day 2016 will be ‘Play your part for a better internet’. Safer Internet Day will take place on the 9th February 2016 and is coordinated … Continue reading

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NSPCC find that parents may be missing vital information in online safety talks with children

The NSPCC have recently surveyed more than 600 primary school children about what information they feel they need to help them to stay safe online. More than 80% of children said that online privacy settings on mobile apps and games … Continue reading

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New Home Office “Online abuse and bullying prevention guide” published

On the 20th March 2015 the Home Office published a new guide that has been developed for professionals who work with young people, to help them understand what constitutes abusive behaviour online, the consequences of that behaviour, and where they … Continue reading

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New IWF Research Published: Youth Produced Sexual Content

The Internet Watch Foundation have published the key findings of a quantitative study of youth-produced sexual content online. The study  has been carried out over a three month period between September and November 2014 and used a combination of proactively sourced … Continue reading

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Magna Carta: My Digital Rights – Resources from the British Library

Magna Carta: My Digital Rights is a new national schools’ programme by the British Library inviting young people across the UK and overseas to consider their rights and responsibilities online. This project has been jointly conceived by the World Wide … Continue reading

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Safer Internet Day 2015 – New Resources and Links

10th February 2015 saw schools and settings throughout Kent and beyond celebrate Safer Internet Day. Events included special whole school assemblies, pupil surveys, talks for parents, competitions, digital pledges, DigiDuck story time sessions, classroom activities, Lync (video conferencing) sessions, pupil … Continue reading

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CEOP launch new Think U Know Toolkit

CEOP are delighted to announce the launch of the Thinkuknow Toolkit, with fifteen fun, engaging learning activities based on the 11-13 and 14+ areas of the website. If you’re getting ready for Safer Internet Day on 10 February why not … Continue reading

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NSPCC launches New “Share Aware” campaign

Parents’ concerns about social networking sites popular with children are revealed today, as the NSPCC launches its Share Aware campaign to get families talking about socialising safely online. An NSPCC panel of more than 500 parents from Mumsnet reviewed 48 … Continue reading

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Zak “Tackling Radicalisation” Training and Resources

Posted on behalf of the Centre for Child Protection. Along with CSE, tackling radicalisation is one of society’s biggest challenges.  In response to this, the University of Kent’s Centre for Child Protection (in partnership with Kent Police and Kent County … Continue reading

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