Resources for KS3/4

The safe and effective use of the technology is an essential life-skill.  Increased internet access brings with it the possibility of placing students in embarrassing, inappropriate and even dangerous situations. Teachers are bound by a wider duty of care to raise awareness of online safety issues and the development of an effective e-safety strategy at Key Stages 3 and 4 should involve all stakeholders including support staff, pupils and parents.

In addition to the planned curriculum, staff will need to be prepared and informed for reactive discussion with individuals or in group tutor situations when an incident occurs or in a situation where a student may be at risk or is a victim of peer-on-peer abuse, for example.

Use the following links and resources to support your e-safety agenda: