Online safety webinar - RECORDING LINK NOW AVAILABLE
The use of the internet is a great way to learn and stay in contact with others, however, within our school and in Surrey in the last year, we are seeing an increase in cases where online access has placed children in danger. Grooming, radicalisation and child sexual exploitation are often perpetrated via the internet and pose a real threat to children of all ages. Given this rise in incidents, Ofsted have worked with the Breck Foundation to offer schools and parents a webinar to identify and consider dangers presented by the internet. Whilst the webinar gives guidance to schools, it also offers guidance to parents about how to help their children stay safe.
This webinar was presented by Hilary Macdonald, Senior Her Majesty’s Inspector, Daniel Lambert, Her Majesty’s Inspector, and Lorin LeFave, founder of the Breck Foundation, whose son, Breck, was groomed and murdered in 2014.
The webinar was hosted on Wednesday 31 January at 7.00pm. If you were unable to attend the live webinar, please see the following link to a recording of it.
Recording of the live webinar - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zwezxYyq3Ss
Please see this information leaflet for details.