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360 Degree Safe presentation
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What does the 360 tool tell us about e-safety in UK schools?
Andrew Williams or Richard Clements
Take up - 360 School Tool Establishments & Users
Schools can apply for the 360 degree safe E-Safety Mark
Accreditation Progress report
Detailed progress report
360 degree safe e-safety self review tool is free to use and allows schools to check on their e-safety provision and benchmark it against other schools
SWGfL surveys of policy / practice in schools
Some (but few) serious incidents – grooming, hacking , illegal content
Most incidents – “day to day” – cyberbullying / mobile phone / social networking / IM
Quality of policy and practice varies significantly
SWGfL audits of policy / practice in other agencies / organisations working with children and young people
Limited national guidance
Few policies in place
Lack of coordination across agencies / organisations
E-Safety Policy for Schools
Consultancy available from approved Assessors
Summary of Actions Report
Benefits of using the 360 degree safe e-safety self review tool
Benefits of using the 360 degree safe e-safety self review tool
The UK Safer Internet Centre
New Ofsted Framework
A range of reports are available to schools
Community understanding (3.91)
Governor training (3.85)
Monitoring the impact of the e-safety policy and practice (3.85)
Staff training (3.73)
E-Safety Committee (3.67)
Community understanding (4)
Governor training (3.93)
Monitoring the impact of the e-safety policy and practice (3.9)
E-Safety Committee (3.82)
Staff training (3.76)
Community understanding (4.03)
Governor training (4.03)
Monitoring the impact of policy and practice (3.96)
E-Safety Committee (3.94)
Staff training (3.84)
2010/2012 Comparison – Weakest Aspects
3033 establishments registered in database
2136 have completed at least one aspect
1174 have completed all 28 profiles
1472 Primary schools
400 Secondary schools
360 data 2012
Policy Scope (2.58)
Digital and video images (2.74)
Policy development (2.8)
Policy Scope (2.65)
Digital and video images (2.83)
Policy development (2.88)
Policy Scope (2.8)
Digital and video images (2.93)
Policy development (3.02)
2010/2012 Comparison – Best Aspects
This symbol shows the “accreditation benchmark level” for the aspect
When you have chosen your level it is highlighted like this.
On each aspect page you choose the level statement that best fits your school.
Here you can add free text in evidence, action notes or comments sections
Clicking on these links opens relevant policy templates and other guidance
Possible sources of evidence are suggested
Improvement action changes as you change your chosen level statement
Provides a summary record of school improvement in online safety that can be immediately be made available to inspection teams or any other external Agencies
. Provides clear advice at every stage on how to make the next step, the evidence you might use and provides the resources to make that improvement. These include templates, matrices and plans produced by a team of safety experts from a wide range of disciplines
. Any number of users can be registered to contribute to the review, widening the number of stakeholders, improving ownership and involvement and ensuring those who are best placed to offer judgements can do so.
. It’s online, in one place and can be used wherever there is an internet connection.
. Provides clear and constant feedback on your current progress by benchmarking your school’s progress in comparison with other schools using the tool
. Records and reports actions that inform the school development plan
. Gives immediate access to a wide range of summary reports that can be output in Word, PDF or Excel format and used in Reports to Governors, Parents or School Improvement Partners.
. As soon as your school registers with 360 degree safe, you can print out your first certificate of “Commitment to E-safety” to display and share.
. Once your school reaches the required standards, you can apply for an external evaluation to receive the E-Safety Mark.
Try the tool (without registering)
Video Tutorials and 360 guides
On the aspect pages you will choose the most suitable level statement for your school for that aspect
Social Media Today
Definition of grooming:
A process by which a person prepares a child, significant others and the environment for the abuse of this child
Specific goals include gaining access to the child, gaining the child’s compliance and maintaining the child’s secrecy to avoid disclosure
(Craven, Brrown and Gilchrist, 2006)
Unwanted contact and grooming
Role in Schools
Promote digital literacy and Internet literacy
Embed this into the Curriculum
Reach out to parents and provide support and guidance
Why is E Safety so important?
What are the issues for Young People?.....
Not only on your desktop…….
Access to Technology
Definition of cyberbullying:
‘The use of digital technology (text messaging, email, social networking sites etc) to bully, harass or abuse someone.’
How (but not limited to):
What are our children doing online?
Social Networking for children and young people
Virtual Worlds, gaming, social networks…….
Table developed by the EUKids Online project and referenced in paragraph 1.3 of the Byron Review.
Misleading info or advice
Pornographic or unwelcome sexual content
Violent / hateful content
What risks should we be guarding against?
Being bullied, harassed or stalked
Harvesting personal info
Providing misleading info or advice
Creating and uploading inappropriate material
Bullying or harassing another
Content (child as recipient)
Contact (child as participant)
Conduct (child as actor)
Remember: Technology is the tool, not the cause of the bullying
'Anytime, anywhere' internet access at speeds equivalent to cabled broadband
Up to 20MB speeds. But do all families have access to this?
Other Mobile Connections
Shared connections etc.
'Public' wifi, carries security risks
Good access speeds
Slower than 4G, but still reasonable internet access, 'anywhere, anytime'
Teen Second Life
Top 10 online game operators in Asia earned over $2bn last year
World of War Craft
Games consoles (Xbox 360, Playstation 3, Wii)
Overuse / addiction
Images taken and uploaded at the click of a button
Where they end up
Dangers of Mobile Technology + Cyberbullying
Tablet use is on the increase, especially for younger children.
Older children use smartphones.
80% of the time for homework
80% of the time looking up information
70% of the time accessing social networking
Decrease in social media profiles,
Decrease in under-age profiles
Increase in variety of sites being used
97% of 12-15 year olds have active Facebook profile
Children and parents: media use and attitude report 2013
Your online profile
Postings by you ...
Postings by others linked to you
Postings by others pretending to be you ...
Website contains resources set out in key stages
Resources for are available to download once you have registered on the site
Additional training is required to access the KS3 resources
THINK U KNOW
Think you know who you are talking to online?
Resources for Parents / Teachers
It is essential that pupils and staff understand how to set their privacy settings on their social network profile.