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  • E-Safety In your setting 04/28/10
    • E-Safety training.
    • What will this session be about?
    • You will look at the provision of E-Safety in your setting
    • and make judgements on this.
    • You will understand what the minimum E-Safety
    • requirements are and the documentation that needs to be in place.
    • You will begin your action plan to ensure your setting
    • meets the minimum requirements but more importantly,
    • every individual is safe.
  • E-Safety Self Evaluation
    • Activity 1
    • You have a score sheet
    • Go through this, and to the best of your knowledge,
    • score and comment where you think your school is.
    • Activity 2
    • You have the Ofsted criteria
    • Based on you score sheet ALONE
    • Grade your schools E-Safety
  • Where to start…
    • Using your DCSF school number
    • Enrol in the 360 °safe-self review tool.
    • http://www.360safe.org.uk/Home
    • (You will have immediate access)
    • This tool will take you through, in more detail, what is happening in your school and what your action plan should look like.
  • For example… other e-safety factors: We don’t have any community access to our computers, maybe this is something we need to engage in… Home Access, Basic skills, Homework helper sessions, Governors training, VLE training for parents and Governors. √ We are at the beginning of our journey, however, have put action plans into SDP/SEF to achieve being leaders in our community       Our local community have been trained in e-safety when using the schools equipment.     √ We have a series of 6 lesson plans throughout the year for children, this is delivered through PHSE/Citizenship lessons   Our children are very e-savvy and can also act as mentors.   √ We are at the beginning of our journey, however, have put action plans into SDP/SEF to achieve being leaders in our community     We are leaders of e-safety in our community, a training resource for other schools. √ Our priority is training the staff, training for Govs/Parents clearly needs to be included in the SDP/SEF ASAP     As well as ALL staff having had training, so have our parents and governors.   √ I am being trained today and will run a staff meeting to cascade training. This is a part of ALL staffs PM targets   Training has taken place for staff Not yet undergone training targets set for next academic year SDP/SEF Ongoing; targets set in SDP/SEF Completed and integral to our SDP/SEF 1. Training for E-Safety in our school community  
  • So what will Ofsted say? All stakeholders have been trained; support staff, governors, parents, teachers and members of our local community where children attend e.g. CLCs, Libraries, youth centres. Children are e-safe savvy and confident to mentor beginners We have had a parents training session and the Governors were trained too. We can see the impact of all the staff being e-safe savvy; children are very e-safe savvy too; they know the pitfalls of using technology and are clearly avoiding them and asking for further advice Training has taken place for most of us. We are starting to see results in all classrooms Children feel secure when using ICT Some staff have been trained but there is little evidence of cascading information down consequently: There is little impact on what the children know or understand Training
  • Training For E-Safety All your support staff, as well as your teaching staff trained and confident Using Technology safely Your governors are trained and Instrumental in the design and implementation of E-Safety measures And policy Your children are E-Safe savvy When questioned, they know; Policy, procedure, and what to Do when they are worried You use the students as mentors for beginners, Whether that is staff or New students. Parents and Carers are also Confident in their use of Technology With a view to E-Safety And supporting their children Training has taken place However, staff have not cascaded Essential information. There is little impact on what the children know or understand Children have some or Little understanding Of dangers posed by the use of technology 04/28/10
    • Activity 3
    • You have enrolled in the 360 evaluation tool.
    • The evaluation tool is available for offline use also :
    • PDF Paper copy
    • The 360 evaluation tools covers the four main elements
    Copyright © 2009 South West Grid for Learning
    • Using the 360 tool:
    • Identify the level that matches their current practice for each aspect.
    • Use the record sheet (also includes sections for comments) to clarify your
    • choice of level or as an aide-memoire to further actions .
    Copyright © 2009 South West Grid for Learning
  • So what happens when you get back to school…? When you return to school, the 360 tool gives you the option to add new contributors, in fact, it is essential you do this, as you are not in a position to comment on all aspects. For staff training: the tool comes with its own video tutorials, so, if you are feeling A little out of your depth, direct colleagues to the video tutorials. Copyright © 2009 South West Grid for Learning
    • Policy guidance content
    04/28/10
    • E-safety Lead
    • Creating an AUP appropriate for all your students;
    • Mainstream & AEN students
    • E-safety education across the curriculum
    • Cyberbullying
    • Reporting and escalating incidents/concerns
    • Training for adults
    • Adults conducting themselves professionally
    • and protecting themselves online
    • Keeping data safe and secure
    • Governors roles and responsibilities
    • Engaging parents
    • Standards and inspection
    • The legal context
  • Safeguarding issues are a limiting judgement
    • E-Safety is inadequate in your school if:
    • Your school relies on outside agencies (e.g. LA filtering) to keep children safe
    • E-Safety is considered an ICT issue in your school and not embedded in the safeguarding children arena
    • Your children do not feel safe
    • Even if there is general understanding of e-safety and children feel safe. there is still the tendency to ‘lock down and ban’ rather than deliver a responsible use policy
    04/28/10
  • 04/28/10 Liverpool E-Safety contacts: Brenda Mooney – [email_address] Alan McCarthy - [email_address]