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The e-Safety Agenda – Policies & Practice

AUP, Risk Assessment and Learner Involvement

Monday 11th January 2010

Virginia Havergal – eLearning Advisor

Julia Taylor – eLearning Advisor

www.rsc-south-west.ac.uk

RSCs – Stimulating and supporting innovation in learning

acceptable use summary
Acceptable UseSummary
  • Be clear and concise
  • Be wide-ranging – think laterally!
  • Reflect your setting
  • Encourage end-user input
  • Use appropriate tone and style
  • Promote positive uses of technologies
  • Outline acceptable and unacceptable use
  • Clearly outline network monitoring activity
  • Clearly outline sanctions for unacceptable use
  • Regularly communicate to all stakeholders
  • Regularly review and update!

AUPs in context: Establishing safe and responsible online behaviours - Becta

safeguarding and risk
Safeguarding and Risk

Safeguarding is more than having safer recruitment policies and procedures in place. It means having a culture of vigilance where all staff know their responsibilities and act accordingly and all learners are aware of what they can expect and what to do if they have concerns.

Safeguarding looks at all types of harm and the prevention of these types of harm, rather than just looking at abuse and neglect, as child protection does.

Foreword to LSIS(DIUS commissioned) ‘Safer Recruitment and Safeguarding Learners in the FE Sector’ Workshop Handbook –2009

assessing risk
Assessing Risk

This is not about eliminating all risk from the lives of

young people, as learning how to deal with and avoid

risks is part of growing up and learning to cope with the

world. This is about protecting them from significant

harm and avoidable danger.

LSIS (DIUS commissioned) ‘Safer Recruitment and

Safeguarding Learners in the FE Sector’ Workshop

Handbook –2009

March 7, 2014| slide 4

e safety audits
e-Safety Audits

March 7, 2014| slide 5

policies and practice
Policies and Practice

March 7, 2014| slide 6

assessing risk7
Assessing Risk

Safeguarding Children Online: how e-safe is your school and your learners?

March 7, 2014| slide 7

the c s of e safety
The C’s of e-Safety

Content

Commerce

Contact

Conduct

Culture

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Assessing Risk
  • Commerce
  • When using new technologies, there is a risk that a
  • young person could do something that has financial
  • or commercial consequences.
  • Culture
  • Young people need frequent education and guidance
  • to embed and reinforce e-safety messages.
  • There is a risk that young people may get involved in
  • inappropriate or antisocial behaviour while using new
  • technologies.
  • Signposts to Safety
  • Teaching e-Safety at Key Stages 3 and 4, Becta

March 7, 2014| slide 10

assessing risk local authority approach
Assessing RiskLocal Authority Approach

Online Safety for Schools – a methodology for assessing risk (Draft documentation)

www.clusterweb.org.uk/docs/eSafetyWhitePaper.doc

March 7, 2014| slide 11

risk assessment matrix example
Risk Assessment MatrixExample

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risk assessment matrix example13
Risk Assessment MatrixExample

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involving our learners
Involving our Learners

Develop Learner Involvement Strategies

Developing resources to support e-Safety

Enabling learners to develop resources to support e-Safety

Including e-Safety within the learner curriculum

e-Safety Projects

CyberMentors – tackling cyber bullying

e-Buddies, e-Ambassadors, PlymKids

March 7, 2014| slide 14

learner involvement
Learner Involvement

“Technology is like giving children wings, but you can’t always control the directions in which they fly.”

SWGfL

PlymKids Project, 2009

March 7, 2014| slide 15

examining e safety online sessions start at 11am
Examining e-Safety OnlineSessions start at 11am

Policies and Practices – January 11th

JANET - AUPs- Assessing Risk – Learner Involvement

Infrastructure and Technology – February 4th

Controlling Access - Filtering - Security

Education and Training – February 12th and February 25th

February 12th - Vulnerable Learners and Resources

February 25th - Staff Development and Resources

Standards and Inspection - March 4th

Good Practice – OFSTED and Becta

e-Safety Tips and tricks – March 18th

College practitioners share their activities and resources

March 7, 2014| slide 16

for further information
For further information

JISC RSC Exeter Office

Room HRS/10, Greystone House, Exeter College

01392 205472

JISC Regional Support Centre South West

rscadvice@rsc-south-west.ac.uk

juliataylor@rsc-south-west.ac.uk

Website

http://www.rsc-south-west.ac.uk