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WEICT Online Safety Conference

Event Code WEICT/17/232
Event type Conference
Event Description

West of England ICT Conference - Online Safety Special

We are delighted to announce a special focus to our annual conference this year. We know online safety is
an area of concern for schools following the changes made to the DfE Keeping Children Safe in Education document and the Ofsted emphasis on safeguarding. Working with David Wright from Safer Internet Centre we have arranged an online safety conference. This will take place on Monday 12 June at BAWA, Bristol.

We are delighted to have the following high profile, national keynote speakers booked to speak:
  • Ken Corish - Safer Internet Centre
  • John Nixon - Ofsted 
  • Michael Bell - Head of Safeguarding at DfE – the owner of KCSiE
  • Will Gardner - Childnet

The format of the conference will be different to the ICT conferences of previous years. There
will be keynote speakers in the morning followed by workshops and an exhibition in the afternoon. There is the opportunity to attend two workshops from our selection:

1A - Online reputation
1B - Parental responsibility in online safety
1C - From knowing to doing: building an active online safety curriculum in a primary school
1D - Infectious online safety for secondary schools
1E - Live online safety radio – tips from young people at Westwood and Iford Primary School

2A - What do the 360 Degree Safe Tool and Online Safety Mark assessments tell us about good online
safety practice in schools
2B - Sexting; real life case studies, best practice response and the lessons we have learnt.
2C - Data protection in schools: Ransomware and other issues
2D - Using peer education to improve e-safety in schools
2E - What Governors need to know
 
The conference is a must for school Headteachers, Governors, Senior Leaders and Subject Leaders with a responsibility for Safeguarding or Computing. It is also relevant for teachers of computing who need to address their statutory responsibilities of teaching about online safety. Staff working in social care will also find this beneficial.  
 
  


 
Aims

Our conference has the following aims:

  • To provide up to date information from national, regional and local leaders working in the field of online safety 
  • To improve leadership and teaching in safeguarding young people online
  • To network and share ideas with other leaders
  • To support schools in ensuring that their online safety processes are as robust as possible 
  • To share research findings
  • To develop teacher knowledge about online safety
 
 
 
 
Facilitator Angie Mason / Jo Briscombe
Subjects Employability & Skills / Health & Safety / ICT / Computer Science / Leadership & Management / Teaching & Learning
Categories Child Protection and Safeguarding / EYFS / Primary / Leadership & Management / Teaching, Learning & Curriculum / Health and Safety / Secondary
Interests e-Safety / Safeguarding / Behaviour / Curriculum / Health & Safety / Leadership & Management / Primary / Secondary
Target Audience Assistant Headteacher / Data Manager / Deputy Headteacher / Governor / Headteacher / Key Stage Leader / Line Manager / Middle Leader / Network Manager / Parents / Carers / Senior Leaders / Subject Leader / Teacher
Key Stages
Foundation Yes KS1 Yes KS2 Yes KS3 Yes KS4 Yes KS5 Yes 14-19/24 Yes 
Essential Information  
Admin contact STS Training (ststraining@southglos.gov.uk)
A really good mix of inspiring and practical. All thought provoking and very well communicated. Esafety - excellent eye-opening account of the constantly changing world.  
Event costs
Full Cost£80.00
Relevant discounts will be applied on booking or upon confirmation by Integra Training.
SessionSession DateSession TimeSession VenueMap
Session 1Monday 12 June 201709:00 - 16:30BAWAMap
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A minimum of 3 workshops must be selected from the following.
WorkshopDateTimeslotsTitleDescriptionFacilitator
Workshop 1Monday 12 June 201713:30 - 14:10
1A - Online reputationWorkshop details to be confirmed.Please See Details Below
Workshop 2Monday 12 June 201713:30 - 14:10
1C - From Knowing to Doing:From Knowing to Doing: building an active online safety curriculum in a primary school.Julia Briggs
Workshop 3Monday 12 June 201713:30 - 14:10
1D - Infectious Online Safety for Secondary SchoolsThis session discusses the biases in Online Education, the statutory requirements and ways of making the topic unavoidable in Secondary Schools. Beware does include reflection and riddles.Ian Gover
Workshop 4Monday 12 June 201713:30 - 14:10
1E - Live Online Safety RadioLive Online Safety Radio - Tips from Young People at Westwood with Iford Primary School. Come and watch a live radio show being produced by the young people from Westwood with Iford Primary School. Westwood Radio has teamed up with Russell Prue and their Headteacher Ian Rockey to bring you a live and interactive show packed with useful Online Safety Tips. This 30 minute Internet Radio Show is being broadcast on the Westwood Radio channel and across Russell's Anderton Tiger Radio Network as a joint programme. Find out more by visiting Radio.WestwoodWithIford.org or AndertonTiger.com/Radio Westwood Radio launched 8 months ago and following a successful Big Lottery Fund bid, invested in an eight-seater studio from Russell. Broadcasting to their community and beyond with their own online station, the Pupils write, rehearse and perform live each week. Recently Ian has successfully approached local business leaders with sponsorship packages designed to generate ongoing advertising revenue for the School. BBC Radio Wiltshire have also been to see what's going on at the School. Ben Prater, breakfast show presenter, got the opportunity to read the weather on Westwood Radio and then take questions from the other presenters live on-air.Jo Briscombe
Workshop 5Monday 12 June 201713:30 - 15:10
1B - Parental Responsibility in Online SafetyWorkshop details to be confirmed.Please See Details Below
Workshop 6Monday 12 June 201714:10 - 14:50
Sponsor Seminar - How safe are you and your school Online?Stella James, CEO/Founder, Gooseberry Planet Ltd.An interactive, engaging and enlightening session providing opportunities for delegates to gain a practical insight to understanding and navigating the Internet safely. Delegates will explore and discuss the current threats and vulnerabilities that exist online for everyone. They will challenge and reflect upon their own online behaviours and explore practical strategies to keep themselves and others safer online. We will show how online safety concerns can be addressed through the use of gamification and scenario-based learning. Other key aspects include training content based around legal safeguarding requirements in schools. Delegates will develop their own strategies to be shared and implemented with staff in their own individual learning communities.Jo Briscombe
Workshop 7Monday 12 June 201715:20 - 16:00
2A - 360 Degree Safe ToolWhat does the 360 degree safe tool and Online Safety Mark assessments tell us about good online safety practice in schoolsPlease See Details Below
Workshop 8Monday 12 June 201715:20 - 16:00
2B - Sexting: Real life case studiesSexting: Real life case studies, best practice response and the lessons we have learnt.Please See Details Below
Workshop 9Monday 12 June 201715:20 - 16:00
2C - Data Protection in SchoolsThe recently WannaCry ransomware attack has highlighted the need for greater information security, policies and procedures in all establishments. This session is aimed at raising the profile on Data Protection in a school, using scenarios to explore some of the common difficulties experienced in al schools.Ian Gover
Workshop 10Monday 12 June 201715:20 - 16:00
2D - Using Peer education to improve e-safety in schoolsYouth voice and leadership can be a powerful way to improve e-safety provision in school, but despite it being recognised by school inspectors as an indicator of outstanding practice, the latest research finds that this is often a weak area for schools. In this seminar, Childnet will look at indicators of outstanding practice relating to youth engagement, and share and discuss best practices in this area. Childnet will also introduce their programme for primary and secondary schools, building on their twenty years of experience in delivering youth participation and education projects to empower young people to use technology safely and positivelyPlease See Details Below
Workshop 11Monday 12 June 201715:20 - 16:00
2E - What Governors need to know:What Governors need to know; based on UKCCIS questions for governorsPlease See Details Below