Online Safety Days

Schools, academies, colleges (any organisation working with children), sessions are tailored to meet your audience whether it's children and young people; staff and governors or school leadership teams.

Whether you are a school, academy, college or any other organisation working with children (PRU, pre-school, social care), sessions are tailored to meet your audience whether it's children and young people; staff and governors, school leadership teams or parents.

The focus of Online Safety sessions is on:

  • An overview of the risks and benefits of technology
  • Exploring the technologies young people use and the behaviours associated with them
  • An understanding of Social Networking, online communications and gaming
  • Strategies to reduce risk and increase resilience
  • Practical resources, Online Safety curriculum plans and links to additional organisations

We will also show you how to access award winning self review tools

Online Safety Days

Half day (up to 3 hours) (SWGfL or BOOST Schools) - £375

Half day (up to 3 hours) - £475

Full day (up to 6 hours) (SWGfL or BOOST Schools) - £600

Full day (up to 6 hours) - £700

Please note travel expenses are charged in addition and advised on confirmation

The following is an outline of the sessions that can be tailored to suit your needs:

General Introduction Around Online Safety (Duration: 60-90mins) For any audience

Staff and Volunteer Development Sessions (Duration: 90mins) These sessions can be run as 'twilights' or as part of a staff development day in school, or to suit the requirements of the organisation. These sessions bring staff up to date with current risks, behaviours and technologies; outline strategies to protect professional identity and introduce staff to self review tools.

Children and Young People Sessions (Typical sessions each last 60mins)

KS4 and 6th Form: Presentations on reputation, ethics and consequences. A pragmatic, entertaining and truthful presentation that examines digital reputation, digital footprint and its impact on how potential colleagues and employers judge a young person from what can be found online.

KS3: This presentation focuses on privacy, social networks, downloading and online gaming

KS2: How to stay safe and have fun. This session focuses on the technologies younger children use at home and the use of collaborative sites. (If a group is smaller than 64 students it may utilise the Promethean learning response system to gain accurate and honest responses from pupils and also provides the school with a detailed spreadsheet that allows them to identify students whose behaviour could put them at risk)

KS1: A tailored session around 40 minutes that can include some simple games and activities about the online world.