KEEPING SAFE ONLINE IS IMPORTANT TO ALL OUR CHILDREN, YOUNG PEOPLE AND FAMILIES
Online Safety in the Curriculum
The Computing Progamme of the National Curriculum requires students to be able to:
use technology safely, respectfully and responsibly; recognise acceptable/unacceptable behaviour; identify a range of ways to report concerns about content and contact.
Schools therefore have a requirement to teach online safety across the whole school.
Activities that use digital technologies can make a really valuable contribution to the wider school curriculum and to children’s learning. Children and young people are generally engaged in the whole learning process when technology is being used.
It is essential for educators to recognise the benefits of technology and understand the many different ways that children and young people are using internet enabled devices, especially in the home and within social environments
Childnet Sept 2016
Training for School Staff
CEOP - Think U Know Keeping Safe Online
The Creative Learning Centre offers specific training for schools staff on online safety.
All sessions are at Rawmarsh CLC and are delivered by a trained CEOP Ambassador.
Please contact us for further information and to book your place. Prior booking is essential
Documents and Policies
Keeping Children Safe
in Education 2019
Safe in Education
2019 for Staff
Teaching Online Safety
In School 2019
in schools 2014
Working Together to Safeguard Children July 2018
Computing Programme of Study KS 3 and 4
Computing Programme of Study KS 1 and 2
The Prevent Duty
Sexting in Schools and Colleges- Responding to incidents
Sexting in Scools- Self-Generated Images
Inspecting Safeguarding in schools September 2018
Guidance for Safer Working Practices October 2015
Worried A Child Is Being Abused
Radicalisation and Extremism - Factsheet
How Social Media is used to encourage travel to Syria and Iraq
Child Sexual Exploitation
Regulated Activity in
Relation to Children
Ofsted and Online Safety
In the context of an inspection, e-safety may be described as the school’s ability to:
Protect and educate pupils and staff in their use of technology.
Have the appropriate mechanisms to intervene and support any incident where appropriate.
Key Features of Effective Practice:
All teaching and non-teaching staff can recognise and are aware of e-safety issues.
High quality leadership and management make e-safety a priority across all areas of the school (the school may also have achieved a recognised standard, for example the e-safety mark).
A high priority given to training in e-safety, extending expertise widely and building internal capacity.
The contribution of pupils, parents and the wider school community is valued and integrated.
An age-appropriate e-safety curriculum that is flexible, relevant and engages pupils’ interest; that is used to promote e-safety through teaching pupils how to stay safe, how to protect themselves from harm and how to take responsibility for their own and others’ safety.
Peer mentoring programmes.