15 May 2019 - 15 May 2019
May 15, 2019
Why should you attend?
The use of technology has become a significant component of many safeguarding issues. Child sexual exploitation, radicalisation and sexual predation; technology often provides the platform that facilitates harm. Online safety, including cyberbulling and sexting are key areas which all staff, but particularly pastoral staff and members of SMT/SLT should be focusing on as recommended by the DfE.
An effective approach to online safety empowers a school or college to protect and educate the whole school or college community in their use of technology and establishes mechanisms to identify, intervene in, and escalate any incident where appropriate.
- Update on the latest trends and developments in online safety
- Internet safety strategy and UKCCIS Framework, Education for a connected world: a framework to equip children and young people for digital life
- How to ensure compliance
- Exposure to illegal, inappropriate or harmful material
- Harmful online interaction with others
Speaker: Karl Hopwood
Karl Hopwood is an independent online safety expert. He is a member of UKCCIS (UK Council for Child Internet Safety) and sits on the UKCCIS evidence group and the UKCCIS education group as well as on the advisory board for the UK Safer Internet Centre and the education advisory board for CEOP. He also sits on Twitter’s trust and safety council where he represents the Insafe network. Karl has worked for a number of key players in the UK and abroad including CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre), BECTA (British Educational and Communications Technology Agency), the European Commission, the UN and several Local Authorities within the UK and in Europe. As an ex primary headteacher, he continues to work closely in schools across Europe with children, young people, parents and teachers to develop safer online behaviours and the promotion of digital literacy. Karl has been employed for the last 11 years as an in-house consultant for INSAFE which is the coordinating node of the EU Better Internet for Kids programme where he is responsible for the coordination of safer internet helplines across Europe. Karl is the Chair of the Board of Trustees of the Marie Collins Foundation, a charity which supports young people who have been sexually abused and exploited online and is also a trustee of Childnet International.
Cost: Member £210 / Non-member £260
Venue: Hotel London Kensington, 61 Gloucester Road, London, SW7 4PE