At St Thomas’s Centre we want all staff to be aware of online safety issues which can affect them. Staff can become the target of online bullying and have social media accounts targeted.  Staff must also be aware of professional responsibilities when sharing information online and take into consideration online reputations and digital footprints.

As leaders and role models, St Thomas’s Centre staff must consistently promote online safety messages not only through the Curriculum but also through modelling the behaviour we wish to see in our students.  In order to help staff in addition to CPD training, below there is a range of useful resources and links to various helpful websites.

 

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Online Safety  Magazine  Data Protection Policy St Thomas’s Online Safety Policy Report Online Abuse (CEOP) UK Safer Internet for Teachers & Professionals
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Educate against Hate

SID2017

Safer Internet Day 2017
On Tuesday 7th February it is Safer Internet Day 2017! This year’s theme is ‘Be the change: unite for a better internet’

 

Training & Resources

DITTO Summer Special Edition (July 2017)

Social Networking: A guide for Trainee Teachers and NQT’s

NUT e-safety protecting school staff

Digital Literacy Curriculum Overview

www.educateagainsthate.com/teachers/

Outcome 21 – Youth Produced Sexual Imagery (SEXTING)

E-Safety FAQ

Keeping Teachers Safe Online

Useful Websites

www.ceop.police.uk

www.thinkuknow.co.uk

Lancashire Online Safeguarding Website