SWGfL are putting on an exclusive event ‘SWGfL Online Safety Day’, taking place on 29th September 2020 : 2:00pm – 4:00pm.
We have organised this day in cooperation with leading online safety organisations Childnet & Internet Matters with the event itself powered by Facebook.
What will the event cover?
We will be looking to share our latest online safety information for the new school year. With schools now returning to regular practice, it is important to have all the latest advice and guidance in keeping children safe online. This event has limited capacity so don’t delay in registering your interest!
This online event is aimed primarily at professionals working with children in the UK. This two-hour session will include segments from David Wright (Director of UK Safer Internet Centre) and representatives from Childnet, Internet Matters & Facebook. We will be covering a wide range of online safety topics including:
- Online Safety Challenges - how to talk to children about potential risks.
- New Resources and Tools - helping you and your pupils stay safe online.
- Guidance and Advice for Returning to School - safeguarding considerations.
- Q&A with Online Safety Professionals
What do you need to do?
In preparation for the day, we would ask if participants could complete this short questionnaire about the challenges and opportunities that schools face with online safety in today’s time. Your input can help shape support and guidance for the future.
As part of our event, we will be offering an opportunity to win a special ‘Back to School’ pack which will include essential resources from SWGfL, Childnet, Internet Matters & Facebook. If you are not one of the lucky ones, you will be able to have digital access to all materials after the event.
Don't delay in signing up, get your free tickets today and join this fantastic event for the new school year!