Join Childnet’s e-safety for schools consultation into best practices in preventing and responding to cyberbullying
Childnet, as part of the UK Safer Internet Centre, is in the process of creating new guidance for schools about preventing and responding to cyberbullying, as well as accompanying teaching resources. This work is supported by the European Commission and UK Government and will be launching in early 2016.
In developing this work, Childnet is looking to find examples and ideas of what schools are doing to prevent and respond to cyberbullying so they can share best practices with schools across the UK.
They are inviting school staff to complete the following short survey which should take about 15 minutes.
You will have the opportunity to add your school’s name to the national cyberbullying guidance for schools.
If you have any queries, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Complete the online survey here - Deadline: 17 June 2015
Childnet Digital Leaders Programme launching in September 2015
Childnet recently announced that registration is now open for Childnet’s exciting new peer-to-peer education programme for secondary schools!
Launching in September 2015, the Childnet Digital Leaders Programme aims to empower young people to champion digital citizenship and digital creativity within their schools and to educate their peers, parents and teachers about staying safe online.
The programme, which is part of Childnet's work as the UK Safer Internet Centre, will offer pupils structured training and ongoing support from Childnet’s expert team, helping make e-safety learning fun and effective and ensuring that schools deliver an outstanding whole school community approach to e-safety.
Further information will be coming soon