Online Safety for School Staff

Online Safety for School Staff

 Updated for 2017/18

E-Safety presentation 1

This presentation is run in your school and lasts an hour. It is presented in a lively way with good use made of resources from CEOP and other agencies. 

It covers the latest requirements stated in the statutory guidance ‘Keeping Children Safe in Education’ released by the DFE.

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The presentation covers a wide range of themes including personal and professional issues, vulnerability, grooming, cyber-bullying, sexting, radicalisation, social media including Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat and Instagram,  It also gives helpful guidance to teachers about protecting their online identity and suggests practical steps that schools can use to implement effective online safety procedures.

The session concludes with a question and answer session and participants receive a handout containing practical advice. 

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E-Safety presentation 2

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Book both presentations for £350 which represents a saving of £150. Both presentations must be held on the same day with no more than 2.5 hours between each. For example if your staff session runs from 3.30 to 4.30pm your parent session should start at 7pm or earlier.

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The presentation can be run during or after school and governor/parent sessions can be run during the day or an evening.

E-Safety for teachers

We were delighted with the two days training Catshill Learning Partnerships offered.  We also enjoyed a 1 hour staff session, which highlighted some very real dangers for people in our profession.
David Bushnell, Deputy Head, Gayhurst School, Gerrards Cross

An informative and enlightening presentation.  We all felt the videos shown to us by Brett helped to “de-mystify” some of the issues around social networking and general use of the internet.
Lisa Parkes, Head Teacher, Dodford First School

Eye opening presentations for our parents and our staff which sent them away with plenty of positive information and practical advice. Parents also had the opportunity to share matters that they were particularly  concerned about. Everyone who attended left the meetings feeling better equipped to deal with online safety issues.
Robert Yates, Headmaster, Eversfield Preparatory School, Solhull

With his knowledge of the process and help, we managed to complete the 360 E-Safe Review, as well as highlighting the actions needed to achieve the award. Being able to suggest where evidence might be and by working with our Child Protection Officer as well as other staff has vastly cut down the time it would have taken me on my own.
Mike Davies, Head of ICT, The Kingswinford School, West Midlands

We have worked with Brett on a number of occasions within our school. He worked with our children and staff and I found the E-Safety sessions well planned and delivered. He really did seem to build up a great rapport with the children who thoroughly enjoyed the sessions.
Adam South, Head of ICT, Hurst Green Primary School, Halesowen

The presentation on E-safety for parents and staff was very informative. It raised some key issues that could arise both at school and in the home. It has supported discussion around how to help keep children safe online.
Rachel Cutting, Head Teacher, Olive Hill Primary School, Halesowen