February 22, 2016


Digital Lifestyles Survey

diagnosticsThe digital tools that our children use are constantly changing, as are the risks that arise as a result. It is essential that schools develop a detailed awareness of how their pupils are using online tools in order to help them to manage short-term dangers as well as to manage long-term digital footprints.

Underlying all changes is the movement of control away from schools and parents towards children, with the majority of children now having access to the Internet through data plans on their mobile phones reducing the impact of Internet filtering in schools and almost all children having unsupervised access to an Internet-enabled device in their bedroom at night. Are your pupils armed with the knowledge and resources to cope with threats of online abuse, grooming, radicalisation and more?

Having a detailed and accurate picture of the online habits of the children in your school is an important step in ensuring you are providing the advice and support that they need. Our ‘Digital Lifestyles Surveys’, tailored to different age groups, can provide you with a detailed report for your Leadership team and governing body. The information generated can also provide an excellent starting point for opening a dialogue with parents and carers. Order a report for your school today.

Safeguard your pupils today!

Please note, the pilot project for the Certificate of Online Safety has been successfully trialed and completed. We are now investigating the best way to role this out to the benefit of as many children as possible. Updates to follow.

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