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  1. Stechford Primary School E safety workshop

  2. Quiz

  3. The aims of the workshop • Resources • Available on our new website www.stechfordprimary.co.uk • This presentation • SMART safe advice and posters • E safety policy • Notes of safer internet searches, parental controls and social media. • What is E-safety? • E-safety in school • E-safety outside of school •  Cyberbullying • http://www.childnet.com/resources/know-it-all-for-parents/kiafp-cd • What you can do?

  4. What is E-safety? • Safe practice in regard to anything digital • -personal computers • -internet browsing • -cameras • -gaming • -MP3 players • -Mobile/smart phones • Tablets

  5. “It is the framework which changes with each new technology and not just the picture within the frame.” • Marshall McCluhan

  6. John Tudor • “Technology makes it possible for people to gain control over everything, except over technology”

  7. A few statistics to start… • 93% of children use a computer and phone • 8 out of 10 teenagers have a home computer, • mobile phone/tablet and games console • 1,400,000 UK pupils have their own web space • There are over 200 million registered users of social media services • There are over 2.7 billion searches on Google • each month • The number of text messages sent every day • exceeds the total population of the planet

  8. Primary aged children • 55% access the internet everyday • • 47% for an hour or more • • 21% liked IM/Chat the most • • 15% used gaming sites • • 11% used Social Networking sites • • 33% had access in their bedrooms • • 25% have met someone offline – one quarter of these did not take anyone with them. • of the three quarters who did 83% took a friend not a trusted adult.

  9. DCSF Staying Safe Survey 2009 – views of young people and parents • ‘Strangers / paedophiles’ is the most mentioned main safety concern among parents of all ages of children (50% ) • Other main concerns of parents are: •  bullying (36%); •  accessing inappropriate / harmful content (10%). • Most children (88%) feel safe most of the time. • One third (33%) say they feel safe almost all of the time. • Less than 3% of children say they feel safe only occasionally. • Children are most concerned about: gangs and knife crime (34%); • strangers / paedophiles (25%); • and bullying (16%). • Children have very low concern for: inappropriate content (7%)

  10. E Safety at Stechford School • Discussing E-safety before any internet browsing. • •Having websites pre-checked and ready • •Being careful with Google and Youtube • •Locking PCs when not in use • •Not leaving USB sticks or Memory cards lying around • •Using School email for professional use • •Procedures in place for dealing with issues in school

  11. Education is our best defence • Stechford takes E-safety seriously • All class rooms display the SMART e safety rules. • All lessons where the children are using internet resources they are reminded of good and safe practise. • Web searches will be conducted through the google kids safe search where possible. • The schools systems run a highly effective fire wall and policy central software.

  12. But what about at home? • ‘Apply the same principles as with Stranger Danger, or Road Safety’

  13. Potential risks • 73% of online adverts are not clearly labelled making it difficult for children • and adults to recognise them • 57% of 9-19 yr olds have come into contact with online pornography • accidentally. • 4 in 10 pupils aged 9-19 trust most of the information on the internet. • 1/3 of young people have received unwanted sexual or nasty comments online. • Only 7% of parents think their child has received such comments.

  14. Contact dangers • Contact risks • 49% of kids say that they have given out personal information • 5% of parents think their child has given out such information • Not who you think it is • 25% have met someone offline – one quarter of these did not take anyone with them. • of the three quarters who did 83% took a friend not a trusted adult

  15. Activity 1

  16. But what can we do? • Internet activity should be monitored • Have your children working in the same room as a responsible adult • Make sure your antivirus software is up to date. • Turn on parental controls – probably part of your antivirus package. • If you don’t have these things there are a number of free programs you can use. • Parental controls • Discourage children from the use of social media such as facebook, children should be a minimum of 13 to use it. The school has a VLE which is blocked from public view.

  17. Stechford VLE

  18. Cyberbullying • What is Cyberbullying? • Threats • Hacking Manipulation • Stalking Public postings • Prejudice Exclusion

  19. What forms might this take? • Threats and intimidation • Threats sent to people by mobile phone, email, or online. • Harassment or stalking • Repeated, prolonged, unwanted contact or monitoring of another person. • Vilification / defamation / prejudice-based bullying • These may be general insults or racist, homophobic or sexist bullying. • Ostracising / peer rejection / exclusion • Set up of a closed group refusing to acknowledge one user on purpose. • Identity theft, unauthorised access and impersonation • „Hacking‟ by finding out or guessing a username and password. • Publicly posting, sending or forwarding information or images • Disclosing information on a website. • Manipulation • May involve getting people to act or talk in a provocative way.

  20. Gaming • Most games have an age certificate • In the same way that age ratings are legal restrictions for DVD and Cinema releases they are also law with regard age restriction – children should not buy or PLAY games outside of their age range! • Most games have an online content:- • Fifa, CoD etc.. • These games don’t just allow you to play online but talk and see other players – unfiltered and unregulated. • Children’s gamer identities must also be protected.