The completion of our 2010 E-Safety Policy and Guidance for schools.
Schools and Settings e-Safety Policy Guidance 2010:
Schools and Settings 2010 Policy Template:
Poster: Responding to an incident of concern:
These documents are the work of the Kent E-Safety Strategy Group and are multi-agency working at its best.
We have also not been overlooking adults working with Children and Young People as often there is little or no guidance for the use of technology in these environments. To this end we also launch the 2010 Kent Safeguarding Children Board: Safer Practice with Technology Document:
This last document has been adapted from a previous document aimed purely at educational environments.
Further information, posters and documents can be obtained from: Kent Trust Web - Kent County Council - ICT
If you use these documents, please credit Kent County Council where appropriate.
We hope you find these important documents helpful in promoting E-Safety in your establishments.
Last edited by MGSTech; 20th May 2010 at 02:54 PM.
The policy template is great, but why is it in pdf? Word format would make it more easily editable for schools.
Damnit, I only downloaded the 2009 ones this morning!
Kent LA always seem to be ahead of the game with regards to e-safety.
Its also to those agencies who allow staff the time out of their normal work to do these things.
Now on with the planning for the 4th(?) Kent E-Safety Conference!....all I need is a free venue for 150 people!
Last edited by MGSTech; 20th May 2010 at 09:47 PM.
... any chance of me getting into the conference (I'm a state secondary governor in Kent)
Can't KCC do something with Oakwood House for the conference? If not I might be able to help negotiate something at the school where I'm governor. My school is too small to 150 adults in one room!
Strangely enough the KSCB has a responsibility for all children and young people in Kent, including those in home schooling, private education, looked after children etc. There's certainly been discussion of inviting private sector schools and some have definitely been before. Governors were a specific target for invites mentioned at a previous meeting so I'm sure as we are trying to get schools to nominate a governor with responsibility for e-safety I won't be a problem!
AFAIK Oakwood house whilst a KCC facility is run as a commercial venture and as such charges even other KCC departments going rates (not 100% on this one though)
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