Online Safety Group

Online Safety Group

As I travel to schools around the country, one of the common things I come across is a single member of staff that has responsibility for online safety. Dependent on the size of the school this is possible for the day-to-day issues, but it’s impossible for one person to manage all the strategic aspects as there is so much involved.

Additionally, some schools say they are struggling to adopt a whole-school cohesive approach to online safety.

An e-safety or online safety group in your school can be one of the most forward thinking initiatives you can do in terms of leadership and management of online safety, as well as building resilience. It doesn’t take a lot of work; all the information is in the guide.

Version 1 of this guide was hugely popular, so I have decided (April 2017) to update it to version 2. If you’ve got version 1 you won’t find any huge changes, it’s mainly wording and design to bring it up to date.

Download the PDF guide by clicking on the graphic or click HERE.

Keep your staff and parents up to date.

Subscribe to the FREE online safety magazine DITTO

This free online safety magazine is produced half-termly and has advice, guidance and opinion on the latest online safety topics.

To download the latest magazine click HERE.

All archived issues of #DITTO and the previous school and parents e-safety newsletters can be downloaded for free HERE

To subscribe to further editions please use the form below. Your details are kept private and only used to let you know when a new magazine is out, or for important updates such as new guidance documents, statutory guidance etc.

Contact Me:

If you would like to chat and see how I can help you, send me an email or give me a call:

Alan Mackenzie

01522 25 30 88