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Esafety b&s briefing update

  1. 1. E-Safety update Behaviour and Safety briefing update Dan Bowen Babcock 4S Limited
  2. 2. Objectives • Update on current issues within schools regarding esafety • Update on OfSTED framework with regard to esafety • Recap on resources and tools for further academic research, guidance and support Babcock 4S Limited
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  4. 4. E-Safety in the news Can you think of anything relating to esafety CEOP data : that has been recently on the news? 424 childr en known to have b in this w a ee y over the last 2 yea n blackmailed rs Babcock 4S Limited
  5. 5. GTA V Sexuality, Violence, Gender stereotyping, lack of parents understanding Babcock 4S Limited
  6. 6. Discussion on your tables • What have been the trends in your school over the last year? • What have you done at your school to deal with this? (staff training, assemblies and so on?) Babcock 4S Limited
  7. 7. OfSTED updates • September 2013 – Inspecting E-Safety guidance • Mobile Phone use in primary framework • Data handling guidance Babcock 4S Limited
  8. 8. Classifying Risks Babcock 4S Limited Source: EU Kids Online report 2013
  9. 9. Key research findings Babcock 4S Limited Source: EU Kids Online report 2013
  10. 10. Did this bother or upset you? Babcock 4S Limited Source: EU Kids Online report 2013
  11. 11. It worries me when • • • • • • • People take a photo of me without my knowledge and upload it to an inappropriate website. (Girl, 10, Bulgaria) I see violence, child pornography pictures, religious sects, self-harm or suicide sites. (Boy, 15, Greece) When strangers message me on the Internet, sex sites that open without me clicking on them. (Boy, 10, Austria) I don’t know how correct information is on a website. You can also end up on a site where you don’t wanna be. (Girl, 16, Belgium) Some types of pornography, websites containing pictures/film of dead people or animals appear. YouTube. The things that come up straight away as soon as you search for the website. Facebook shows scary things even if you click on something that does not look or sound scary. (Girl, 9, UK) Propositions to meet from people whom I do not know, photos of naked people, bullying somebody or scenes showing homicide. (Boy, 12, Poland) Babcock 4S Limited Source: EU Kids Online report 2013
  12. 12. Children's concerns Babcock 4S Limited Source: EU Kids Online report 2013
  13. 13. Porn tops the list Babcock 4S Limited Source: EU Kids Online report 2013
  14. 14. Type of risk by age Babcock 4S Limited Source: EU Kids Online report 2013
  15. 15. YouTube: The riskiest platform • • • • • • • Babcock 4S Limited YouTube. Terrible videos. Terrible images. (Boy, 13, UK) Showing images of physical violence, torture and suicide images. (Girl, 12, Slovenia) Those things that show other people's suffering or torment as a funny thing. (Boy, 14, Hungary) Violence against women and children and perverted humiliations and cruelty against people in general. (Girl, 14, Germany) Animal cruelty, adults hitting kids. (Girl, 9,) Denmark) Some shocking news like terrorist attacks. (Boy, 12, Finland) I saw a video in which a little boy was hanging in a Ferris wheel and men were filming it. I was shocked because the men did not help the boy, instead they stopped the wheel and the boy fell down. (Girl, 15, Finland) Source: EU Kids Online report 2013
  16. 16. Risks by which platform Babcock 4S Limited Source: EU Kids Online report 2013
  17. 17. Babcock 4S Limited Source: LittleGossip, bbc newsbeat
  18. 18. Babcock 4S Limited Source: chatroulette website
  19. 19. Babcock 4S Limited Source: snapchat website
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  21. 21. The rise and dangers of sexting • • • In a 2008 survey of 1,280 teenagers and young adults of both sexes on sponsored by The National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy , 20% of teens (13-20) and 33% of young adults (20-26) had sent nude or semi-nude photographs of themselves electronically. Additionally, 39% of teens and 59% of young adults had sent sexually explicit text messages. Research by the Internet Watch Foundation in 2012, estimated that 88% of self-made explicit images are "stolen" from their original upload location (typically social networks) and made available on other websites, in particular porn sites collecting sexual images of children and young people. Dangers to staff when dealing with these issues – distribution and possession Babcock 4S Limited
  22. 22. Summary Adult vs. child risk agendas: •Children’s concerns about online risks are highly diverse, which is difficult for schools •There is some mismatch between child and adult agendas – children more concerned about violence than recognised schools and policy Children’s priorities: Diverse worries in many contexts but priorities are: •Some (many?) children find pornography disgusting and violence scary, while they can be irritated by other things on the internet •YouTube concerns many children (though in other ways they love it), for its violent/gory/scary/horrifying content . This is mainly the amateur content, shared p2p, focused on physical violence, often with vulnerable (child, animal) victims also much is realistic, even real (e.g. from the news), but decontextualised Babcock 4S Limited
  23. 23. Further research and reading • http:// • http:// • EU Kids online 2013 %40lse/research/EUKidsOnline/EU%20Kids %20III/Reports/Intheirownwords020213.pdf • Zero to eight – Young people and their internet use • Support from 4S consultants and the website Babcock 4S Limited • E-Safety drop-in, conference (workshops January 2014) and bespoke support