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Working in partnership Aims of the Session Provide an overview of day-to-day E-safety Issues facing schools and LAs, including anti- bullying Demonstrate.

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1 working in partnership Aims of the Session Provide an overview of day-to-day E-safety Issues facing schools and LAs, including anti- bullying Demonstrate national educational and policy resources available to support children, parents and teachers

2 working in partnership  Access to global information  Educational resources  Entertainment, games and fun  User-generated content production  Civic or political participation  Privacy for expression of identity  Community involvement/activism  Technological expertise and literacy  Career advancement or employment  Personal/health/sexual advice  Specialist groups and fan forums  Networking and new friendships  Share experiences with distant others  Illegal content  Other harmful or offensive content (Including Self- harm/racist)  Commercial exploitation  Gambling, financial scams  Biased or mis-information  Online-bullying, stalking, harassment  Exploitation of personal information (photographs etc)  Invasions/abuse of privacy (password abuse/careless use of security settings)  Paedophiles, grooming, strangers  Extreme or sexual violence Opportunities Dangers

3 working in partnership

4 working in partnership Downloading+ Uploading Consuming+ Creating “Corporate” + Personal Separate media + Converged media Static + Truly interactive WEB v 1 (Parents/teachers) WEB v 2 (Children)

5 working in partnership  Search engines  Homework  Projects  Personal interest  Amazing facts The biggest library in the world  Blogs (web log)  Vlogs (video log)  Web sites  Text & pictures  Music/photo/video Anyone can become a publisher Connect Create Discover  Email/chat  VoIP - Skype  Instant Messenger  Multi-user games  Social networks Brings people together

6 working in partnership 73% of online adverts are not clearly labelled making it difficult for children and adults to recognise them 57% of 9-19 yr olds have come into contact with online pornography accidentally. 4 in 10 pupils aged 9-19 trust most of the information on the internet. 1/3 of young people have received unwanted sexual or nasty comments online. Only 7% of parents think their child has received such comments. ContentContactCommerce  Inaccurate and harmful  Adult content  Illegal content  Inappropriate contact  Cyberbullying  Sex offenders  Privacy  Advertising & information  Invasive software

7 working in partnership Supervision IN SCHOOL Supervised, filtered & monitored OUT OF SCHOOL Often no supervision, filtering or monitoring  30% of students report having received no lessons at all on using the internet.  79% of young people use the internet privately without their parent’s supervision Know IT All

8 working in partnership Knowledge vs. Wisdom WISDOM Understanding how to behave in a virtual world KNOWLEDGE Many children pick up technology quicker! 69% of young people say they mind their parents restricting or monitoring their internet usage! Know IT All

9 working in partnership Day-to-day E-safety Issues and Priorites 1.Supporting staff in using technology safety both professionally and personally Use of social networking sites and the internet Professional use of school equipment, networks and personal equipment Management of data and MIS back up systems Managing short term supply teachers use of the Internet *Updated AUP for staff 2.Maintaining robust but professionally supportive Internet filtering systems E-safety Officer regularly updating status of popular sites for pupils and staff with clear lines of communications to staff on policy of key sites 3.Updating child protection and anti-bullying policy 4.Delivery of robust E-safety scheme of work and daily reminders 5.Hitting all Parents

10 working in partnership Cyber-bullying MSN Report More than one in 10 young people admitted they have sent a bullying or threatening text message to someone else More than 10% of UK teenagers said they had been bullied online, while 24% knew a victim More than a quarter (26 per cent) did not know who was bullying them via their mobile phone.

11 working in partnership Childnet

12 working in partnership How Many Members of Staff Have Been Cyber-bullied? Nearly one-fifth of teachers are being bullied by mobile phone, email or over the internet, a new survey on cyber-bullying has revealed. (Survey The Teacher Support Network and the Association of Teachers and Lecturers (ATL). The survey revealed that 17% of respondents have experienced cyber- bullying. These incidents ranged from "upsetting emails" and unwelcome text messages, to silent phone calls and the malicious use of websites and internet chat rooms.

13 working in partnership What is Cyberbullying? Threats Hacking Manipulation Stalking Public postings Exclusion Prejudice

14 working in partnership Cyberbullying Threats and intimidation Threats sent to people by mobile phone, email, or online. Harassment or stalking Repeated, prolonged, unwanted contact or monitoring of another person. Vilification / defamation / prejudice-based bullying These may be general insults or racist, homophobic or sexist bullying. Ostracising / peer rejection / exclusion Set up of a closed group refusing to acknowledge one user on purpose. Identity theft, unauthorised access and impersonation ‘Hacking’ by finding out or guessing a username and password. Publicly posting, sending or forwarding information or images Disclosing information on a website. Manipulation May involve getting people to act or talk in a provocative way. Safe to Learn: Embedding Anti-bullying Work in Schools. DCSF 2007

15 working in partnership Differences 24/7 contact No escape at home Impact Massive potential audience reached rapidly. Potentially stay online forever Perception of anonymity More likely to say things online Profile of target/bully Physical intimidation changed Some cases are unintentional Bystander effect Evidence Inherent reporting proof

16 working in partnership National Educational Resources CEOP

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