Managing online safety
Online safety toolkit
The South West Grid for Learning (SWGfL) template online safety policies have been adopted by local authorities, schools and academies across the UK, and are acknowledged as good practice documents. We’re using these with Solihull schools to help schools develop good practice to help keep children and young people safe when they’re online.
But, to make it easier for you, the main documents are here as well.
Kent Online Safety have now produced a suite of documents and templates that education settings may find useful. This includes guidance on managing parental complaints expressed through social media, engaging with parents and families and dealing with incidents of youth produced sexual imagery.
There is also staffing information available on the Solgrid extranet for our partner schools.
You will need to have a username and password.
Keeping children safe online course is a newly updated online introductory safeguarding course for anyone who works with children. The intended outcome of the course, developed by the NSPCC, is for participants to learn how children use the internet and how they can be kept safe from abuse.