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Equip your pupils to stay safe online, ensure a robust safeguarding culture and raise awareness of specific vulnerabilities.
This conference will also provide a full set of recordings meaning you can access the content at a time that suits you best.
Module 1: Thursday 26 January 13:30 - 15:30 GMT
Digital harms (13:30)
Equip your students to recognise and respond to digital abuse including micro-aggressions, bullying and live trauma videos
Ann Marie Christian, International Safeguarding Consultant and Trainer
Discussion and questions (14:20 - 14:30)
Explore the increased risks facing LGBTQ+ students online and how to create a safe space for disclosure.
Beth Davies, Safeguarding Content Developer and Trainer
Module 2: Thursday 9 February 15:15 - 17:15 GMT
Refuge and Risk, the role and impact of the digital world on the lives of vulnerable young people (15:15)
Young people with offline vulnerabilities report higher rates of encounters with harm online. Yet they also need and depend on the digital environment more than other children.
This session will explore who is more at risk and why, how emotional need trumps rules, and what this means for your practice.
Based on studies exploring large samples from The Cybersurvey, peer reviewed academic research and reports for policy and practice, you'll gain nuanced insights and practical steps to implement.
Adrienne Katz, Director, Youthworks Consulting Ltd
Online safety - through the lens of the child (16:15)
Strategies for effective student and parental engagement with online safety.
Alan Mackenzie, Online Safety Consultant
Discussion and closing comments (17:00)