Online E-Safety Support

comment Our service at a glanceES

Our Online e -Safety Advisory Service addresses how schools and organisations working with children can protect children online and effectively embed e-safety strategies.

The service will bring together best practice approaches on empowering and educating young people to use the internet and digital technology responsibly and safely. This will allow young people to take advantage of the opportunities the internet and new technologies can offer, whilst responding to any risks.

 

What we are offering:

  • Whole school training, including all staff, SLT and governors, students, parents. Please click to view courses.
  • An e-Safety Audit, a report uniquely tailored for your school that identifies any gaps and/or risks from both a safeguarding and Ofsted context.
  • Twilight sessions for teachers and support staff
  • Evening session for parents and/or governors
  • Assembly or class sessions for students
  • e-Safety conferences and termly update seminars
  • Online Monitoring support

Walsall Online Safety 2017 Competition Winners:

First Place Winners – Alumnwell Junior School                                       Second Place – Elmwood School

 

 

 

 

 

 

Why choose us?

“The E-Safety support service has helped the school to develop a systematic approach to Online safety. Governors, Leaders, Staff, Pupils and Parents have received comprehensive training allowing us to improve the safety of the children in our care. Nicola works closely with our IT providers to ensure monitoring systems are effective and has supported the development of our Computing lead. Our recent Osfted inspection report refers to our pupil’s ability to ‘talk confidently about how to keep themselves safe online’  I would highly recommend the service.”

‘Pupils could talk confidently about how to keep themselves safe online.’

Quote from Headteacher at Holy Trinity Primary and Ofsted Report April 2017 – from Holy Trinity C E Primary School, following extensive work with all stakeholders at school.

  • As with many areas of education, e-Safety is most effective when it is integrated into the curriculum and a consistent message is shared amongst staff, parents and students.
  • Examine the latest approaches to safeguarding children and young people from grooming and harmful content online.
  • Understanding the latest developments from Twitter and Facebook on encouraging young people to stay safe online and the positive use of social media.
  • Understanding the potential risk areas online and the dangers of sharing images
  • Knowing how to engage with issues of cyber-bullying and ‘sexting’ and dealing with what upsets children online.
  • Gaining insight from other schools on their approach to developing an effective e-safety strategy that encourages the safe use of the internet and new technologies
  • Guidance on the use of apps both personally and organisationally and the relationship between new technologies and consistent behaviours
  • Advice on data requests and transferring data securely between institutions

cost Costs

Full day online safety in school £250

1/2 day online safety in school £130

Twilight session in school (up to 2hrs) £100

Full day course/workshop at EDC £150

1/2 day course/workshop at EDC £100 – Please click link to see courses.

Bundle Price includes at least – 3 full days online safety sessions in school, 2 twilight sessions and 1/2 day online safety session at the EDC:

Primary schools and Primary academies £200 plus £3.00 per pupil

Nursery schools £150 plus £3.00 per pupil

Special schools and special academies £150 plus £3.00 per pupil

Secondary schools and secondary academies £400 plus £3.00 per pupil

pen Order form

E-Safety SLA 17-18

SIMS Support Curriculum ICT itslearning School Data Office Training Online Monitoring

search Find out more

Nick Perks
Principal Information Manager
Tel. 01922 653000
email: nick.perks@walsall.gov.uk