esafety for schools
esafety for schools 

Training

Training days are interactive

Welcome to esafety for schools by Youthworks. Are you confused by all your school needs to have in place to keep children safe online?  

 

A refreshing new approach can help engage your pupils, staff and parents to make the most of the exciting online world. 

 

Cyberbullying is markedly reduced, risky behaviour is minimised and staff feel empowered with a range of tools to use. 

 

Our training takes place in small groups, it is interactive and informal. You take away ideas and tools to use in school.

 

Training covers:

 

  • A new way of approaching e-safety,
  • What schools need to have in place,
  • What students need to know,
  • What inspections require,
  • Exciting classroom activities,
  • How to handle real life cases,
  • Policy and procedures,
  • Handling serious incidents,
  • Engaging parents

 

 Devices, and youth culture are always changing and Inspection develops. We can help. We stay up to date by constantly researching young people's experiences using The Cybersurvey run by our parent company Youthworks. The training is based on practical experience, research and daily work with schools.

 

 ‘Brilliant course!  I have learnt lots about how to keep children safe on the internet and hot to share ideas/activities with my Year 5/6 class!’


'Very informative - loads to think about and even more to implement'.
 

 Primary schools interactive seminar

Educating Digital Kids, Building Reslience through Creativity

Bespoke training is available. I have recently created bespoke workshops for year 9s, sessions for nursery staff, senior leaders and primary staff.
 

OSIRIS Educational training and INSETS. 

NEXT EVENTS 

 

NEWSLETTER

 

 

 

Cybersurvey

Based on young people's views

The Youthworks Cybersurvey now has 36,000 young respondents and is in its 9th year!


This is the way to find out what young people are really experiencing online! Adjust your practice and your online safety education delivery with detailed knowledge of your local picture.

The Cybersurvey is a rigorous survey programme, developed with local authorities by Adrienne Katz of Youthworks in 2008. Carefully tested and responsive to current concerns such as CSE and Radicalisation, it explores cyberbullying, online risks, e-safety education and more. We are working with Dr Aiman El Asam, research fellow in psychology, at the University of Kingston on research papers and practice tools.
 

Latest reports released February 2016

2015 Suffolk Cybersurvey Report
2015 Suffolk Cybersurvey Infographic

2015 Nottinghamshire Cybersurvey  Report

Nottinghamshire Cybersurvey    Infographic
 

For all earlier reports click here.

The latest survey included:

  • Emotional health and how it is linked with online behaviour
  • Meeting up in real life with someone known only online
  • Sharing self generated intimate images
  • Manipulative or controlling relationships
  • Cyberbullying and other aggression
  • Visiting sites promoting anorexia, self-harm, suicide, racism and hatred, extremist views.
  • High risk online behaviour.

 

To enquire about your school, academy chain or local authority taking part, please contact us.

 

Read about the Cybersurvey. 

 

 

Adrienne Katz, Director of Youthworks, is an author, accredited CPD trainer and researcher. She was formerly a Regional Adviser for Anti-Bullying Alliance and a Director of Bullying Intervention Group. She runs the Cybersurvey.  

Books for schools

 Ideas, lesson plans, staff training 

Books for primary and secondary schools

  • 'Making Your Primary School e-Safe'
  • 'Making Your Secondary School e-Safe'
  • 'Cyberbullying and e-safety'

 Reviews 

'Making your primary school e-safe'.

A fantastic read! Katz has provided a great source of practical advice and information with this book.'

 - Heather Jeavons, DGfL Senior Education Development Manager.
 

 ‘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.”’

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

 

Books available from www.jkp.com

Discount offer code KAT gets you 10% off

 

 

 

Reviews

Book reviews 

MAKING YOUR SECONDARY SCHOOL E-SAFE
MAKING YOUR PRIMARY SCHOOL E-SAFE
CYBERBULLYING AND E-SAFETY

A range of reports are available on www.youthworksconsulting.co.uk 

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