E-safety

Bett Show 2017 – Your SecEd Guide

7 December 2016

SecEd's annual Bett Show Guide offers 32 pages of preview information to help you prepare for the world's largest educational technology event, which takes place at London's ExCeL from January 25 to 28.


Seven ideas for using educational technology

6 July 2016

The recent Rethinking Education and Learning technology summit featured a range of ideas and presentations. Martin Pipe lists seven ideas and trends that he picked up from the event


The legal implications of e-safety

6 July 2016

The challenge of e-safety law is that it is constantly evolving and has many layers. Dr Brian Bandey and Ed Macnair discuss the implications for schools


Technology and SEND education

11 May 2016

For SEND pupils, the effective use of technology has the power to make education more inclusive. Terry Waller offers his thoughts on how technology can best be used in this regard


Online safety threats facing students in 2016

9 March 2016

With Ofsted’s close focus on the online safety of your pupils, what are the key threats and risks that schools must be tackling? Online safety expert Ken Corish advises


Review: Top five at Bett

24 February 2016

The Bett education technology event took place last month in London, with more than 600 companies showing off their wares. School leader Shaun Eason picks out his five favourites from this year’s show


Ready for Safer Internet Day 2016?

27 January 2016

Safer Internet Day 2016 takes place on February 9 and this year’s theme is ‘Play your part for a better internet’. Laura Jennings explains more


e-Safety: tackling the key threats effectively

2 December 2015

Internet safety is a crucial safeguarding issue for schools. Experts Kat Howard and Kate Brady highlight problem areas – including social media, sexting, radicalisation and grooming – and discuss the elements of whole-school best practice


Are your pupils cyber-bullying aware?

4 June 2015

New research suggests that many young people simply do not think that cyber-bullying will happen to them. The issue was under discussion at the British Psychological Society annual conference. Psychologist Dr Nicola Davies reports


BYOD: Staying safe

5 March 2015

With bring your own device firmly in fashion, Ed Macnair offers some tips for ensuring a safe and secure online working environment for students.


Can you spot a stranger on the net?

22 January 2015

Young people struggle to correctly identify exactly who they are talking to online, research has found. Professor Corinne May-Chahal looks at why this is.


Ideas for Safer Internet Day 2015

15 January 2015

Hundreds of schools and thousands of students are expected to take part in activities around Safer Internet Day 2015. Laura Jennings previews the event.


Ofsted’s eight e-safety demands

3 July 2014

E-safety continues to be a key priority for schools. Education technology expert Chris Pates offers advice to help achieve the eight key features of good and outstanding practice identified by Ofsted.


Meeting your e-safety duty

19 June 2014

Expert Hilary Wright offers advice on meeting Ofsted expectations for developing an effective e-safety strategy in your school.


Computing: A busy year ahead for schools

16 January 2014

The countdown is well under way towards the new computing curriculum. Bob Harrison considers the challenges facing schools in 2014 – both with computing and wider use of technology – and discusses the support available for computing to help schools hit th


SecEd Guide To: Learning Management Systems

16 January 2014

SecEd's latest Guide To looks at how a Learning Management System (LMS) can improve the quality of teaching and learning and includes advice on Flipped Learning, CPD and a checklist of things to look out for when purchasing an LMS.


Safer Internet Day 2014

16 January 2014

Next month, Safer Internet Day offers an opportunity for schools to engage students and families with online safety. Hannah Broadbent offers some ideas for taking part.


Ensuring students' online safety

20 June 2013

In the third of her series of articles on social media and digital tools, Jennifer Begg looks at the key questions and issues we must discuss with students to help them behave appropriately online.


BYOD and data security in schools

20 June 2013

With the increasing popularity of Bring Your Own Device programmes, Darren Pepper considers how schools might manage data security and e-safety.


SecEd Guide To... Web-filtering & e-safety

9 May 2013

SecEd's latest Guide To focuses on effective e-safety and web-filtering in schools. We look at best practice, Acceptable Use Policies, bring your own device schemes, and meeting Ofsted criteria.


Student e-safety: access vs protection

7 March 2013

Use of the internet is now ubiquitous, with students having unlimited access to a wide range of services from school and home. How do we provide access to this rich exciting world while protecting them from the worst? James Garnett offers some advice.


Breaking IT down

11 October 2012

Finding the middle ground between an open internet access policy or one of total restriction is difficult. Mark Evans advises.

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