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E-Safety Kite Mark

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Jeff Grey

on 17 November 2012

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Transcript of E-Safety Kite Mark

E-Safety Certificate. How did we end up here? Work with us. What do we suggest? A number of youth groups across Dorset have been working towards improving internet safety in education alongside the Dorset Safeguarding Children Board. Why is progress important? We know from research that locked down systems, whilst protecting young people in the short term; don't allow them to develop the skills needed to safeguard themselves. Isn't there help out there? Schools and other organisations have many tools available to them to help safeguard the young people in their care.

One of these is the award winning 360safe online self evaluation tool. Designed and managed by the Southwest Grid for Learning. Filtering is best for coffee! Filtering has a place for all age groups, but KS1 have very different needs and skills to KS4. This should be recognised and reflected in the practices of organisations. Presented by:
Freddie, Stephanie, Cerys and Toby. What are the young people of Dorset telling you? We want schools to help us be safer online; and to feel safer online. Every school should have an e-safety youth group that will work with the e-safety champion for the school. We want to be taught to manage risk. Policies that involve us need to be written in a clear and understandable language. We believe that much of this can be successfully achieved with schools partaking in the 360safe online self evaluation tool. What must schools do to achieve a certificate? They must provide a continuous progressive e-safety education program which is embedded throughout the curriculum. They must set up e-safety groups who work with the e-safety champion to lead on advice, support and the promotion of e-safety within the school. Must consider working towards managed filtering, supported by acceptable usage policies (AUP). Future policies must be written in conjunction with the youth e-safety group. They must register and be progressing through the 360safe online self evaluation tool. Surely the 360 degree safe tool is enough! In a perfect world yes, but we want schools to be supported as they progress through safeguarding, so we hope that this certificate will encourage schools to reach for the higher levels by acknowledging that they are making progress. Who will evidence a schools progress? Either a member of the Safe Schools and Communities Team or an E-Safety Champion from a nearby school. What will it entail? They will check that the school has achieved the 6 aims set under the certificate.

Where a school is unable to evidence that they have achieved those aims then the SSCT will look to work with the school to help them progress. If they prove they have reached the level...... they get a shiny new certificate..... Thank you for listening, we hope you have a successful Safeguarding week.
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