Cyberbullying and child protection, what school leaders need to know
TES brings you a half day seminar designed to arm you with information on exactly what your legal responsibilities are and valuable information on safeguarding from a staff and pupil perspective.
Schools are under a clear legal duty to prevent all forms of bullying, including cyberbullying. By understanding and staying ahead of current social networking trends, schools can ensure that they operate impressive and robust safeguarding measures.
Who should attend?
Child protection officers
Heads of pastoral care
How will this help? This in-depth event will provide you with:
A practical legal update on the information you need to protect your pupils
How to excel in your next Ofsted inspection
An overview of what is happening in social networking n
A set of tools which will allow you to monitor and track the internet landscape
Real life case studies and issues from the Professionals Online Safety Helpline
This session will also help you to understand how you can track the dissemination of information through ICT so that you can effectively managethe profile and reputation of your school.
Professor Tanya Byron is an independent national and international government advisor on children, young people and the digital media. Yvonne Spencer is an education law specialist with over 12 years experience advising the education sector. Adam Vincenzini heads up the digital practice at Paratus and is a true social media expert. Laura Pearce works at the Professionals Online Safety Helpline and has been involved in e-safety for both Primary and Secondary settings. She sits on the South West Grid for Learning e-safety Group and works freelance as an e-safety consultant.
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When: Choose to attend Friday 20 or Saturday 21 April 2012. 10am – 3pm Where: Manchester Central Cost: Early bird rate: £99+vat (available until 31 March) Standard rate: £125+vat. Price includes lunch and refreshments