How to Teach Online Safety Effectively | Secondary

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How to Teach Online Safety Effectively | Secondary

This webinar will provide headteachers, online safety leads, curriculum leads and all teaching staff with practical advice and guidance on successfully delivering a robust online safety curriculum for secondary years.

The Keeping Children Safe in Education (KCSiE) statutory guidance states that children should be taught about safeguarding, including online safety, as part of a broad and balanced curriculum. This includes covering relevant issues through the new DfE RSHE curriculum.

COVID-19 has amplified the need for effective online safety education. Indeed, research conducted by Ofcom during lockdown found children increasingly filling their time with online activities. This included socialising, gaming and spending more and more time on apps such as TikTok.

In this webinar, e-safety lead and head of IT and computing, John Insley, discusses how to embed online safety learning in schools, what key areas to focus teaching on and how to develop an ethos which encompasses the whole school community.

Learning Outcomes

  • Understanding how to plan, develop and implement an age-appropriate online safety curriculum in schools.

  • Recognising curriculum requirements under the new DfE RSHE guidance and ensuring schools meet their statutory duties.

  • Identifying how schools can support classroom practice with effective use of available resources.

  • Recognising different methods of practical delivery and engaging learners in online safety at different age groups.

  • Understanding how to engage the whole school in online safety and embedding a culture of online safety teaching and learning.

John Insley

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John Insley

Senior Leader, practising e-Safety Lead and Head of IT and Computing.
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