How to really see what your children are looking at online
The DfE white paper “keeping children safe in education” dictates the need for schools to ensure effective monitoring and alerting systems are in place. Safeguarding students both proactively and reactively as they use technology is fast becoming one of the most important concerns across schools worldwide.
The following are key focus points for ensuring your monitoring software enable you to do this successfully…
Communicating eSafety to Parents
This week, our Sweethaven Education Technical Manager, Martin Byrne, spoke at Sandcross parents evening to address the guiding principles of eSafety.
Here’s what he had to say on protecting your children from risk...
6 Top Tips for Enhancing eSafety in Your School
“It’ll never happen to me or my school”.
A common thought that precedes cyber-attacks. Unfortunately, the statistics prove otherwise and the Department of Education has just released figures indicating a frightening increase in online grooming and radicalisation and showing more than 1 in 10 young people to currently experience cyber-bullying.
As children grow up in a virtual world, it is becoming equally important to teach them how to negotiate their digital environment, just as we do the physical.
Sweethaven Tours with Steljes T.O.M.
Sweethaven visits Reigate Priory School and Earlswood Junior with T.O.M. (Technology-on-the-Move) truck to demonstrate the full potential of latest collaborative technologies.
Reigate, Surrey 14.03.16:
The Sweethaven Education Services team has been busy providing some technological inspiration at Reigate Priory’s inset day and Earlswood Junior School!
The New Flexible Subscription for Classroom Technology
Collaborative learning: the educational buzz words. Students want to teach students on the technologies that shape the world around them but equipping your school with the technology needed to create an integrated learning environment can prove challenging against budgetary constraints.