Safeguarding

Event details

  • Adastra Hall
  • January 28, 2020
  • Tuesday, 10.00 AM to 1.30 PM
  • Orange Catepillar

Contact event manager

Book your tickets

Choose tickets
£0
Bank NameAccount No: 0000 1400 1211IFSC Code: 00001321Branch Address
Back to details
Thank you Kindly

Being safe online in an EYFS setting supporting children, parents and staff

Keymer Road, Hassocks, BN6 8QH

Tuesday, 10.00 AM to 1.30 PM
January 28, 2020

000000

Orange Catepillar

Organizer's other events

Being safe online in an EYFS setting supporting children, parents and staff

Keymer Road, Hassocks, BN6 8QH

Tuesday, 10.00 AM to 1.30 PM
January 28, 2020

PRINT

Being safe online in an EYFS setting supporting children, parents and staff

Over recent years being ‘online’ has become a necessity. Being online has given us many more options to making connections, sharing knowledge and developing our skills in ways we never though possible. However, it is important that adults understand the risks associated with being online and this includes the use of social media.

We will be looking at grooming and exploitation and what this means for vulnerable staff, parents and children. These terms are referred to in the following Ofsted documents – The early years inspection handbook and Inspecting safeguarding in an early years, education and skills setting. We will look at the responsibilities to ensure a culture of being safe online for children, parents and staff. We will explore ways to help children to understand their bodies in a way that is appropriate for their age. We will look at resources that explain the difference between safe secrets (such as a surprise outing) and unsafe secrets (things that make them unhappy or uncomfortable). We will explore how to develop an appropriate online safety curriculum which will support children to be safe, healthy and thrive online.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Define the safeguarding issues, specifically around grooming and exploitation, faced by staff, children and parents whilst being on line.
  • Relate guidance into policy to provide procedures that ensure a whole team approach to being safe and secure on line whilst at work and at home.
  • Translate documentation to evolve a curriculum for children to ensure they develop skills in keeping themselves safe on line
  • Determine where to aim advice and support to parents in keeping their children safe on line at home and elsewhere.

Fees and Booking
£26.64
For further information or to book please visit Eventbrite

Scroll to Top