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Making Your Primary School E-safe

Whole School Cyberbullying and E-safety Strategies for Meeting Ofsted Requirements
  • Author
    • Adrienne Katz
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Children are using the internet and mobile devices at increasingly younger ages, and it's becoming more and more important to address e-safety in primary schools. This practical book provides guidance on how to teach and promote e-safety and tackle cyberbullying with real-life examples from schools of what works and what schools need to do.

The book explains how to set policy and procedures, how to train staff and involve parents, and provides practical strategies and ready-to-use activities for teaching e-safety and meeting Ofsted requirements. Including up-to-the-minute information and advice that includes new technologies, social media sites, and recent school policy trends such as 'Bring Your Own Device', this book provides all of the information that educational professionals need to implement successful whole school e-safety strategies.
  • Published: Jun 21 2015
  • Pages: 232
  • 296 x 210mm
  • ISBN: 9781849055420
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Press Reviews

  • Lorna Jackson MA., BA(Hons).,AASW.,CQSW.,CPOD, Professional Advisor and E-safety Officer

    Katz has done it again! Adrienne has managed to deliver a comprehensive guide for primary school audiences on how to keep children and staff safer online. Packed full of practical tools, 'Making your Primary School E-Safe' is a book we can all take a leaf from in generating a "Web We Want".
  • Heather Jeavons, DGfL Senior Education Development Manager, Dudley Grid for Learning, Saltwells EDC, UK

    A fantastic read! Katz has provided a great source of practical advice and information with this book. The issues that are covered are comprehensive, current and wholly relevant to primary schools, and the many practical examples of how schools can ensure they are e-safe are truly invaluable!
  • John Khan, Lead Practitioner, Anti-Bullying Works, UK

    This is an essential resource for all primary schools looking to develop a whole school approach to e-safety and cyberbullying. Packed with up-to-date facts and figures, the book provides a fascinating, and sometimes worrying, insight in children's online behaviour. Katz provides clear practical guidance to ensure senior leaders embed e-safety within a schools' wider safeguarding context together with a range of lesson plans to enable children to explore e-safety issues in a fun and engaging way.