“e-safety should never be a barrier to innovative use of technology in school”
For many years I was the e-safety lead at Lincolnshire County Council, Children’s Services; raising many initiatives across all schools, police, the voluntary sector and others with positive outcomes and a significant increase in awareness.
Working at the local authority allowed me to take a more strategic view of school needs, particularly in regards to policy and liabilities. I have a very deep understanding of the technology used in schools whether for curriculum or administration purposes; this includes services such as internet filtering, new collaborative tools such as social networking and the use of new technology such as tablet devices.
I am a strong believer that e-safety is an enabler, not a showstopper; e-safety should never be a barrier to innovative use of technology in your school.
With years of experience working in and for schools, as a CEOP Ambassador and an associate member of the UK Council for Child Internet Safety (UKCCIS), all training is delivered to fit your needs, not my assumptions.
Guardian Article: I was recently pleased to be featured
in The Guardian (July 2012) for an e-safety article. You can read this article HERE.
Please contact me by telephone or email if you want to discuss anything or if you would like some services tailored for you:
01522 25 30 88