You might find this useful: e-Safety and the Revised OFSTED Inspection Schedule from September 2009
The example given
15 minute interview with the headteacher;
1 hour interview with e-safety coordinator & network manager (together);
Tour of the school with students. Students asked to log onto the system to check what they can/cannot access on the web, and look at content of their areas;
Interview with several groups of students including a student who enrolled at the school outside of normal start dates;
Interview with a cross-section of staff;
Speaking to several different students over lunch;
Review of documentation including e-safety policy, linked policies, action plan, AUPs (Acceptable Use Policies), information to parents, governorsí reports, evidence of curriculum related activities, SEF, evidence of e-safety incident management process and linkages with pastoral procedures, evidence of staff training (e.g. presentations and information in ICT handbook).
PS I'm starting to think we need an e-Safety board
I second that suggestion. There are some good lists out there already such as Becta's safetynet list.
AngryTechnician (19th May 2010)
“1 hour interview with e-safety coordinator & network manager (together);”
We had an Ofsted a short while back and that never happened. Not that it would have been a problem if it did as we do a lot of E-safety. As the Internet Safety officer and IT/Network Manager Ofsted never spoke to me.
Were those full inspections or the 1-day inspections?
For us it was two days. Well one and a half days inspections and half a day writing the report
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