Category: e-Safety

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Cyberbullying: What You Need To Know

Cyberbullying is a massive problem. Not just because technology is making it an easier way for children to become victims of bullying, but because many schools are yet to understand how to deal with this new menace. This new term, we’ve had many a conversation with schools about cyberbullying, what it is and how it…

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Safeguarding: Free Resources

Safeguarding is one of the most relevant concerns when it comes to children using the internet. Children are spending more time on the Internet each year, and they are starting to use it at an earlier age. According to Ofcom’s 2012 report Children and Parents: Media Use and Attitude Report  PC/laptop/netbook internet use at home…

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Safeguarding: Our New Half Term Topic

Having spent the first half term of 2013 bringing you all you need to know about the flipped classroom, Newsanywhere now moves on to the next of our half-termly topics: Safeguarding. Why safeguarding? Well, as well as becoming one of the most significant changes to Ofsted inspections, the importance of safeguarding in schools has increased…

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Safer Internet Day: Five Top Tips For Schools

Today – Tuesday, 5th February – is Safer Internet Day. This year is the tenth anniversary of the internet safety awareness day, and to mark the event, saferinternetday.org are urging customers to ‘connect with respect,’ with the theme of the day being online rights and responsibilities. Saferinternetday.org have a Safer Internet Day kit for schools…

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E-Safety: A New White Paper

This September, Ofsted issued new guidelines for e-safety provision in schools. During an inspection, Ofsted will look at how the school educates staff in the use of technology, and how it protects and educates the children on the risks out there. It will also look at what measures are put in place should an issue…

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