Safety and security

Changes to Google searches by Jeri Dash

What’s the issue? Google have announced that at the end of January they will make changes to the way it returns search results in any Google searches, including Google Image ... Read More

E-safety: Whose responsibility is it anyway? by Jeri Dash

Online Safeguarding, as we know, is a very serious matter, and as such there needs to be a whole school standardised approach to dealing with matters of concern. This ... Read More

10 years as an IWF member supporting e-safety by Lesley Smith

With regular headlines in the press about cyber-bullying, the dangers of inappropriate content and the questionable safety of social media it’s little wonder that e-safety ... Read More

Why parents need to step up to the e-safety challenge by Suzanne Kyle

It's the final week of our e-safety series and this week we are focusing on how parents can help their children stay safe online. We are delighted to welcome back Ken ... Read More

The five key e-safety questions to ask your students by Suzanne Kyle

Enabling students to take full advantage of technology and preparing them for the real world, while providing a safe environment, is a tricky balancing act. You might be ... Read More

Case Study: How E-Safe monitoring can help schools safeguard students by Suzanne Kyle

Manor High School is a convertor Academy with approximately 900 students aged between 10 and 14 (KS2 and KS3).  Assistant Head Teacher, Ian Wilson, shares the story of how ... Read More

Online Safety and Inspection by Admin

Ken Corish, Online Safety Manager, South West Grid for Learning and Safer Internet Centre Esafety is one of those areas of safeguarding that never seems desperately ... Read More

Why schools shouldn’t ban Facebook – RM launches free e-safety resources site for schools by Admin

When we ask schools about their ICT priorities, e-safety consistently tops the list.  Not surprising when you consider that e-safety now forms part of Ofsted’s inspection ... Read More

Real e-safety is more than ticking boxes by Terry Freedman

In one of the stories about Mullah Nasrudin, an old Persian folk hero, he was looking under a street lamp for the set of keys he’d lost. Some neighbours came to ... Read More

Don’t get caught in the web – stay safe online! by Admin

As part of E-Safety week, the RM offices in Abingdon were lucky enough to have a talk on E-Safety from PC Alan Earl, harm reduction officer at Avon and Somerset ... Read More

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