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1 Haygrove School – E Safety Induction E Safety Update #protecting your professional identity

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3 DCSF Guidance for Safer Working Practice for Adults who Work with Children and Young People. Section 12 Communication with Children and Young People (including the Use of Technology) Adults should not share any personal information with a child or young person. They should not request, or respond to, any personal information from the child/young person, other than that which might be appropriate as part of their professional role. Communication between children and adults, by whatever method, should take place within clear and explicit professional boundaries. This includes the wider use of technology such as mobile phones text messaging, s, digital cameras, videos, web-cams, websites and blogs. Adults should ensure that all communications are transparent and open to scrutiny.

4 Haygrove School – E Safety Induction General Teaching Council of England Code of Conduct Paragraph 8: Bringing the profession into serious disrepute Conduct in this category would include behaviour which was seriously detrimental to the standing of the profession but where no criminal offence was committed. Paragraph 8: Bringing the profession into serious disrepute Conduct in this category would include behaviour which was seriously detrimental to the standing of the profession but where no criminal offence was committed. “not attempt to establish an inappropriate relationship with a pupil by means which might include sending s or text messages to pupils of an inappropriate or personal nature.” “exercise extreme caution in connection with contact/web cam internet sites (for example chat rooms, message boards, social networking sites and newsgroups) and avoid inappropriate communication with individuals under 18 or with whom you may be in a position of trust.” “exercise extreme caution in connection with contact/web cam internet sites (for example chat rooms, message boards, social networking sites and newsgroups) and avoid inappropriate communication with individuals under 18 or with whom you may be in a position of trust.”

5 Haygrove School – E Safety Induction What can I expect #protecting your professional identity

6 Haygrove School – E Safety Induction Can I use an official computer to book holidays etc during lunch time or after work? How should I respond if I am subjected to cyber bullying by clients? Can I respond to a comment from a child or client on Facebook? Can I use Twitter to discuss a topic with my clients? Should I text a child or parent in the evening to remind them of an appointment Should I continue to use my social network site? Can work limit my private online publishing? Can I use my mobile to take photos or videos of children?

7 Haygrove School – E Safety Induction Freedom from physical harm Physical Safety Freedom from cruelty. Harassment and exposure to potentially disturbing material Psychological safety Freedom from unwanted social, academic, professional and legal consequences that could affect you for a lifetime Reputational and legal safety Freedom from theft of identity and property and attacks against networks and online communities at local, national and international levels. Identity, property and community safety

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