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School ICT Policies Thread, Staff AUP in School Administration; Originally Posted by tarquel What if they refused to agree to it? lol How can we deny them use of ...
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    Re: Staff AUP

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    What if they refused to agree to it? lol How can we deny them use of IT resources?
    Seem to remember saying already - but County have said that it's enough to have this detailed in the staff handbook/on the intranet. As our CC Nath have it up already, the county lawyers say that's enough already to enforce it.

    Personally I have the 'click to accept' message with the brief outline on every machine. So staff have to accept to logon. It's not possible to use the machine without accepting - even as administrator.

    So you don't really have to do anything with staff, but they should be aware somehow, and you're only helping them realise this with anything you implement.

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    Re: Staff AUP

    Here are our AUP and AUP agreement statement. It is the same for staff and students and if we do not have a signed form back the user does not get access to the facilities .... on the same grounds that if a student does not come in in school uniform they are not allowed in lessons, and if the staff do not follow school procedures they get warnings, etc ...

    I have bee looking through the National Agreement and Workforce Remodelling stuff over the last few days and it all seems so bland, and constantly passes the buck.

    Basically, it seems to be up to the school or their controlling body (LEA, governors, trustees, etc) to form a policy and publish it. Follow the guidelines from http://safety.ngfl.gov.uk and apply them to whoever you feel it is most appropriate to ....

    So ... we just apply the same to everyone.

    We'll just have to see how it goes over the next month or so.
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    Re: Staff AUP

    Agree with you on the workforce agreement comment GD. I think the intention of the Heads is to just slot everyone into the new stucture exactly where they are now. Despite all the masses of work heading towards the admin section no account is being taken of the extra workload. The same applies for us.

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    Re: Staff AUP

    Thankfully we did take into account the extra admin work going to associate staff ... and have been employing accordingly.

    We have extra office staff, more LSAs, HLTAs, a goodly number of support staff ... but now the governors are raising their eyebrows at the cost.

    And then TLRs are coming in too ... and whilst this is an extension of WR and NA, there will still be more changes as jobs get moved around ... and more schools are wondering about the amount of paperwork that has to be done.

    So now we have the case of teachers, having been told for the last few years that they shouldn't be the people looking after and running the computer systems, will no longer get paid for it and will have to stop.

    SNAFU!

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