Online Safety Event 2018: in preparation for Safer Internet Day

Starts: 30 January 2018 09:00 AM (GMT)
Finishes: 30 January 2018 03:00 PM (GMT)

Birmingham

About this event

Come and join us for this safeguarding event that will provide advice and resources to use back at school, supporting the ever changing landscape of the online world. It will also be an opportunity to keep up-to-date with statutory guidance from the DfE, guidance produced by the UK Safer Internet Centre as well as the government’s own “Keeping Children Safe in Education”, “Revised Prevent Duty for England and Wales” and other national benchmark expectations.

On the day you can build on your existing practices or we can point you in the right direction in your online safety provision, within the safeguarding agenda. There will be a number of workshops each catering to specific school personnel, as well as workshops by leading experts from several areas of online safety.

Development Outcomes

  • Understand your role and responsibility in school in upholding safeguarding measures
  • Audit your existing policies and provision - linked to 360 safe self-review tool, and create actions for the future
  • Access to resources for use in your classroom
  • Network with online safety experts who will answer any issues you may have encountered in school

Due to us running a number of personnel specific workshops, spaces will be limited so please book your space now, as you do not want to miss this!

Entrust: Inspiring futures through outcomes-focussed partnerships

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The Council and Capita have created a joint venture brimming with innovative ideas and practical solutions and, two and a half years on, there are real results and positive feedback from both schools and parents. At a time when school budgets are in the spotlight, Entrust is a ground-breaking move that is making a true difference to children and young people – and delivering long-term economic and financial benefits.

John Tradewell, Director of Democracy, Law and Transformation, Staffordshire County Council

Keeping children safe online at Woodcroft Primary School, Barnet

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MyConcern has changed the way we operate with regard to safeguarding

Craig Tallon, Head Teacher, Keeping children safe online at Woodcroft Primary School

Entrust making a difference to children, young people and schools

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The Council and Capita have created a joint venture brimming with innovative ideas and practical solutions and, four years on, there are real results and positive feedback from both schools and parents. At a time when school budgets are in the spotlight, Entrust is a ground-breaking move that is making a true difference to children and young people – and delivering long-term economic and financial benefits.

John Tradewell Director of strategy, governance and change, Staffordshire County Council