Instill Appropriate Online Behaviour - Birmingham

Tuesday 19 May 2015 - Crowne Plaza, Birmingham
Educate and empower children and young people to safely navigate their digital world, link online behaviour with real life consequences and manage digital risks

Why is this conference relevant?

The fallout from occurrences of sexting or cyberbullying in your school can give rise to serious safeguarding and behavioural issues.

It has therefore never been more crucial that e-Safety is at the heart of your school’s curriculum. Even the strongest policies are redundant without relevant e-Safety education that resonates with your pupils – are you confident you can deliver this?

 

Learning outcomes - what can I expect?

  • Cyberbullying: How to appropriately manage the fallout of cyberbullying to prevent escalation in your school
     
  • Sexting: Ensure pupils link the consequences of distributing sexually explicit images of themselves and their peers and know the correct steps if you discover such images of students in your school
     
  • Staff: Clarify and enforce clear boundaries for staff-pupil online interaction
     
  • Parents: Relay to parents the extent of their child’s risky online behaviour and ensure pupils have support beyond the school gates
     
  • Model Policies: Update and bring together your school’s e-Safety, safeguarding, and behaviour policies to protect pupils from the latest online threats

 

"A fantastic day, I have learnt and developed in many areas and I am looking forward to feedback to my organisation"

Alternative Education Manager, Harris Academy Bermondsey

"Very informative and thought provoking. A lot to take on board and implement!"

Head of ICT, Fairfield Preparatory School

"Very useful conference, I thought it might not be transferable to an international school, but it really was. I will be coming back!"

Learning Technologies Coordinator, Kind George V School

"A useful conference with lots of expert opinion: high quality information!"

Assistant Headteacher, Coambe Girls’ School