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Developing an effective e-safety policy

  1. 1. DEVELOPING AN EFFECTIVE E-SAFETY POLICY
  2. 2. Matt Britland Head of ICT Kingston Grammar School Director of Realise Learning ! Twitter @mattbritland !
  3. 3. E-Safety Basics Managing E-Safety 1. OFSTED Framework 2. National Curriculum 3. Targeting the need
  4. 4. E-Safety Basics What to think about? • How will you deliver e-safety to students? ICT/Computing? PSHE? • If you choose PSHE, do the teachers have enough knowledge? Is there enough time to deliver? • What year groups will you deliver e-safety to? • Have there been any e-safety incidents with your students/staff that could give you an idea about what you should be covering? • What will the students learning outcomes be? I use interactive images and online publications
  5. 5. E-Safety Basics What to cover in lessons • Cyberbullying: What is it? How do you deal with it? Who do you tell? What does the law say? What are the consequences? • Social Networking: What is it? What to share and not to share? Who do you accept as a friend? Are your privacy settings set correctly? (teach students how to use Facebook privacy settings), what are the consequences of sharing too much? Fake profiles • Sexting: What is it? Why is it a bad idea? What does the law say? Many students and adults don't realise it is illegal if you are under 18. Gaming, uploading videos, hacking and viruses, porn, the dark side of the web, • !
  6. 6. E-Safety Basics thinkuknow.co.uk & CEOP
  7. 7. E-Safety Basics • Run e-safety training for teachers • They can often know as little as the students • Show them the internet and social media can be positive • How can they protect their social networking account • Warn of students pretending to be other people. • Online reputation
  8. 8. E-Safety Basics • Run e-safety sessions for parents • Many parents do not know what their children maybe doing online • Some parents don't understand what children can access on smartphones • What can they do to protect/support their children • What we (the school) do to protect/support their children • Show them the internet and social media can be positive
  9. 9. Developing an E-Safety Policy E-Safety Policy Alan Mackenzie (@esafetyadviser, http://www.esafety-adviser.com/) is someone who I have worked with in the past and is my goto person on anything related to e-safety. These next two sections are based on his excellent guidance and draft policy. • Clear, concise, plain English • How many policies? • Device agnostic • Boundaries of use
  10. 10. Developing an E-Safety Policy E-Safety Policy • Governance • Technology • Risk assessment template • Flowcharts • Training
  11. 11. Developing an E-Safety Policy BYOD Policy • Does your school have the infrastructure to support multiple devices? • What devices will the school allow? • What filtering will be used? • Will there be a separate network for BYOD? • Will anti-virus / malware be checked • Can students save work to the school network?
  12. 12. Developing an E-Safety Policy BYOD Policy • Will personal information be kept on the devices? • Risk assessment will need to be carried out • Who is responsible? • How will BYOD work with your e-safety policy and AUP?
  13. 13. Q&A
  14. 14. Matt Britland ! Download my curriculum for free at mattbritland.com ! @mattbritland www.mattbritland.com ! @realiselearning www.realiselearning.co.uk !

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