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1 Education Bradford Curriculum ICT E-safety Conference Greenhead CLC November 2008 Presented by Paul Scott & James Langley

2 Raise awareness of E-safety risksClarify roles and responsibilities for E-safetyDiscuss policy and practiceHighlight suitable curriculum resources Aims of the conference

3 safe from maltreatment, neglect, violence and sexual exploitation safe from accidental injury and deathsafe from bullying and discrimination safe from crime and anti-social behaviour in and out of school secure, stable and cared for All pupils in school should be

4 E-safety key documents The Byron ReviewE-safetySignposts to safetySafeguarding children in a digital world

5 Angels & Demons Angels What are the benefits of electronic communication and the Internet? Angels What are the benefits of electronic communication and the Internet? Demons What are the disadvantages and dangers of electronic communication and the Internet? Demons What are the disadvantages and dangers of electronic communication and the Internet?

6 Benefits of the Internet Everyone is really positive about the internet and how important it is in your day to day lives – for education, networking and entertainment. It helps with learning and makes doing homework more interesting. You also love to use the internet to keep in touch with friends. 90% of children aged 5-16 now have a computer at home (ChildWise, 2008) Everyone is really positive about the internet and how important it is in your day to day lives – for education, networking and entertainment. It helps with learning and makes doing homework more interesting. You also love to use the internet to keep in touch with friends. 90% of children aged 5-16 now have a computer at home (ChildWise, 2008) Nearly all of you have access to the internet either at home or at school. Those of you that are younger love to use it for games whilst year olds use it for school work and for downloading music and movies or watching video clips. Older teenagers are more likely to use the internet for communicating with friends on social networking sites, uploading things and using blogs. Nearly all of you have access to the internet either at home or at school. Those of you that are younger love to use it for games whilst year olds use it for school work and for downloading music and movies or watching video clips. Older teenagers are more likely to use the internet for communicating with friends on social networking sites, uploading things and using blogs.

7 E-safety risks Obsessive use of the internet and ICT Copyright infringement Exposure to inappropriate materials Physical danger and sexual abuse Inappropriate or illegal behaviour by pupils or staff

8 E-safety risks Copyright infringement Downloading and sharing music, video & software illegally. Plagiarising text, images, diagrams, etc. for assignments and course work without proper referencing / permission. Purchasing ready made course work / assignments from cheat sites

9 E-safety risks Potential for young people to become obsessive with online games and gaming consoles This can lead to a lack of sleep causing poor concentration, apathy and deterioration of thought skills Can lead to aggressive behaviour and the break down of social relationships in the home Obsessive use of the internet and ICT

10 E-safety risks Accidental exposure to sexual / pornographic images Accidental exposure to material portraying graphic violence Accidental exposure to material with extreme political, racist or sexist views Exposure to inappropriate materials

11 E-safety risks Bullying of pupils and staff by , website, Instant Messenger, mobile phone and social networking sites Accessing / contributing to inappropriate sites including racism, gambling, violence, sex and drugs Accessing personal , online shopping, gaming and social networking sites Recording images of pupils / staff on personal devices and communicating online Inappropriate or illegal behaviour by pupils or staff

12 E-safety risks Threat of sexual abuse and physical danger provides the most worrying risk Vulnerable children and adults can be manipulated online and then encouraged / blackmailed into meeting in the real world Grooming can take place over long time scales by people posing as young people who are able to empathise with their victims Physical danger and sexual abuse

13 Roles and responsibilities for E-safety Talk to the person sat next to you and look at the list of possible roles and responsibilities in your packs. List the people you think should have responsibility for each example Talk to the person sat next to you and look at the list of possible roles and responsibilities in your packs. List the people you think should have responsibility for each example

14 Roles and responsibilities for E-safety S.M.T. Support staff Teachers Governors Technical support ICT subject leaders Pupils Head teacher Subject leaders Education Bradford L.S.C.B Parents / carers Internet service provider

15 School ‘E-safety team’ S.M.T. Support staff Teachers Governors Technical support ICT subject leaders Pupils Head teacher Subject leaders Education Bradford L.S.C.B Parents / carers Internet service provider

16 School ‘E-safety team’ Technical support ICT subject leaders Head teacher S.M.T. This is a suggestion of who might be involved in the ‘E-safety team. The Head teacher may not need to be involved Not all the S.M.T. will be involved but some will have responsibilities for special needs, pastoral care, etc. and their knowledge will be very useful to this team. Somebody will need to be given the role of ‘E-safety co-ordinator’ with the responsibility of managing this team.

17 Roles and responsibilities for E-safety E-safety Dilemma cards activity created by London Borough of Havering and the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. Materials published in the Becta document ‘Safeguarding children in a digital world Developing an LSCB e-safety strategy’ E-safety Dilemma cards activity created by London Borough of Havering and the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. Materials published in the Becta document ‘Safeguarding children in a digital world Developing an LSCB e-safety strategy’

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19 Policy and practice Talk to the person sat next to you and list the policies and practices at your schools with regard to E-safety. Use the NEN E-safety audit tool to assess your position? Talk to the person sat next to you and list the policies and practices at your schools with regard to E-safety. Use the NEN E-safety audit tool to assess your position?

20 E-safety policy Writing, reviewing and publishing the policy Importance of the Internet and digital technologies Enhancing learning Educating all on use of appropriate technologies Ensuring the network and Internet are secure Appropriate use of , and accounts Publication of work, images and personal information Social networking and online publication Filtering of unsuitable content

21 E-safety policy Video- conferencing and webcam use Use of emerging technologies Protecting personal data Authorised Internet access Assessing risks Dealing with misuse AUP for all staff AUP for all pupils Support for and from parents and the community

22 Childnet International Know it All CEOP ThinkuKnow Safe Surfing BBC Cyberbullying Directgov Curriculum resources

23 Plenary What will be the next steps for you when you get back to school? What support might you need? What might be the timescale to update / create your school E-safety policies? What will be the next steps for you when you get back to school? What support might you need? What might be the timescale to update / create your school E-safety policies?


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