Online Safety 2019

Vulnerable children in a digital world

Overview of the course
  • What are schools’ online safety responsibilities?
    • Latest updates and new approaches: the law, Ofsted, DfE
  • Improve interventions for vulnerable children
  • Develop a coherent and joined-up approach:
    • align policies
    • monitor and evaluate practice
    • structure staff training
    • plan a communications strategy
Dates & Locations

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Description

How is online safety changing NOW?

New ideas on how to deliver online safety

How young people experience online safety education

Learn to recognise and deal with high-risk situations

Ways to support vulnerable children and young people

What you need to know 

How learners have diverse online safety needs

Three-tier apporach – universal, targeted and intensive

Who are the most vulnerable young people?

What are they experiencing?

What actions can you take?

Online safety as an integral part of safeguarding

Online safety as an integral part of RSE

Online safety as an Equalities issue

Young people’s viewpoint

Engage young people in new ways

Explore why they do what they do

Build learners’ confidence in staff

Improve interventions

Additional information

Subject

All Other Subjects

Course Type

Behaviour & Pastoral, Leadership & Management

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