e-Safety

With over 15 years of experience, we are leading providers of e-safety advice, guidance, training and conferences. We can support and work with your staff, governors and your parents to ensure you are up-to-date with the latest guidance and regulations with these services:

E-safety advice

We are here to help whenever you have a query, either via telephone or email.

E-Safety Training and Awareness Raising

Ofsted expects all staff to be knowledgeable about Online Safety as part of Safeguarding. E2BN provides a number on in-school sessions suitable for staff, Governors and parents. Sessions can be run as afternoon, twilight or evening events and staff sessions may be combined to create half and whole day courses.

CEOP online safety training

CEOP 'Thinkuknow' training is a half day session that focuses on online child sexual exploitation. Developed by CEOP and delivered by a fully accredited CEOP Ambassador this certified course focusses on online child sexual exploitation. Our next CEOP session will take place as part of the  E-Safety Leaders' Days on 2nd and 9th March 2017. We are also able to provide this training at your school/academy. Please use the contact us form below to book a session or find out more.

Online Safety Conferences

E2BN's online safety conferences form an essential part of school staff's professional development. Whether your role is safeguarding, teaching or technology focused, you will have the opportunity to hear from leading online safety experts. The next online safety conference 'It Could Happen to You 2'  takes place on 8th March 2017 in Thurrock.

Content and web filtering

E2BN's Protex web filtering is an Ofsted compliant age appropriate filtering system that puts you in control the Internet. Whether you choose our fully managed or self-managed service, you'll have access to our dedicated support team. Find out more about Protex web filtering here.

Be rest-assured that the E2BN Protex filtering service provides safe and secure internet access. We already supply over 600,000 learners.

360 Safe online school review

Our staff are accredited assessors of this popular review tool and can work with you to develop an action plan. 360 Safe is provided FOC by our NEN colleagues at South West Grid for Learning.

E-safety training

Our e-safety training addresses a range of issues. Here are three popular topics.

Embedding e-safety across the curriculum KS1 and KS2

  • Incorporating e-safety education into a variety of subjects.
  • Web filtering, why we need it and what teachers need to know about managing it.
  • Using the internet for research without breaching copyright laws.
  • Teaching children to think before they post and the impact of a negative digital footprint
  • Data security, acceptable use policies and what inspection services recommend

Online professional reputation for staff Teaching and Non-teaching staff, Governors

  • Encourages all school staff to consider how their online behaviour can impact on their professional reputation.
  • What we should be teaching our pupils about the online world.
  • What is meant by a digital footprint, and what is right, wrong, normal and acceptable online behaviour.
  • Explores cyber vetting and gives suggestions about building a positive online reputation.
  • Delegates are asked to consider whether their school’s acceptable use policy provides enough guidance and protects the school well enough.

E-safety essentials for parents

  • Staying safe online, what to tell your children.
  • The benefits and risks of the virtual world.
  • Helping parents gain confidence.
These sessions can be adapted to your particular needs and can be run as half-day or twilight sessions.

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