Empowering Schools to Improve Online Safety
Schools need to keep children safe, but it can be difficult to know where your strengths and weaknesses are. The DfE's Keeping Children Safe in Education guidance sets out a number of online safety steps schools need to take in Annex C.
Schools can pay for online safety reviews to be performed by other organisations, but many lack the expertise to really help schools improve.
Our Self-Review approach is also more empowering, helping schools to own their improvements themselves.
360 degree safe provides schools with free access to our online safety expertise, and helps school to both identify and demonstrate improvement in online safety provision.
In partnership with Scottish Government, we have created a version of the tool for schools in Scotland and in partnership with Welsh Government, a dedicated tool for schools in Wales, 360 safe Cymru, is available.
360 degree safe is a well-designed, user friendly, online tool for schools to review their online safety provision. It helps them identify strengths / weaknesses & develop an improvement action plan
SWGfL Carries Out First Ever Remote Assessment for Online Safety Mark
A milestone was achieved when we carried out our first ever remote assessment for the Online Safety Mark last month. Find out how we got on and what the feedback was.
11th June 2020
Over 13,500 Schools now benefit from 360 Degree Safe 2.0
Over 13,500 schools have been successfully transferred onto 360 Degree Safe 2.0 with new members registering each week. Read the full article to see how schools across the nation have benefited.
1st June 2020
SWGfL listed as one of the most innovative ‘Online Safety’ companies in UK
A new report has revealed that the UK is a world leader in online safety innovation. As part of this, SWGfL are proud to be listed as one the companies throughout the nation leading the way in online safety products.
27th May 2020
360 Degree Safe 2.0 - Guidance for New Users
The 360 Degree Safe Online Safety self-review tool is used by over 11,000 schools - here’s why you should too!
22nd April 2020