Safeguarding your pupils online is an increasingly complex process. The use of technology brings exciting new opportunities but your school needs effective strategies to ensure that all pupils are kept safe.
ICTDS Online Safety provides customised support and a range of informative and engaging courses to support you in keeping pupils safe online, meeting Ofsted requirements and assessing and delivering your Online Safety provision.
Our experienced Online Safety team has significant teaching and leadership experience, combined with current Online Safety qualifications which are appropriate to meeting the needs of your pupils, staff, governors and parents.
“Educate, Engage and Empower” is the message at the heart of all of the Online Safety courses on offer. We deliver these with an attention to detail and always suggest fun and engaging ideas for use in the classroom.
It is important that we help pupils and adults working in our schools to be aware of online risks and encourage them to adopt safe and appropriate behaviour.
Annual Safer Internet Day 2019 - Competition Winners
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR WINNERS
NATHANIEL NEWTON INFANT SCHOOL - KEY STAGE 1
MILVERTON PRIMARY SCHOOL - KEY STAGE 2
KEY STAGE 1 WINNING ENTRY - (NATHANIEL NEWTON INFANT SCHOOL)
Please take the time to view the winning entry video
KEY STAGE 2 WINNING ENTRY - MILVERTON PRIMARY SCHOOL
Please click on the image on the left to read the poster
Key stage 1
We loved your creative video showcasing how Cyber Mouse can help you stay safe online. His special powers and online safety guidance is great!
Good clear online safety messages and the video was great! Liked the cartoon style speech bubbles and the fact that Cybermouse appeared alongside children in the school.
I really liked your character Cybermouse (especially his yellow glasses). I thought your video was very very good.
I cannot fault this entry in any way, it is perfect! I love everything about Cybermouse and all his accessories and talents. The video was an amazing addition too. He is an outstanding online safety mascot.
Key stage 2
It's great to see the children using examples of good and bad online safety practice.
I really liked the Right and Wrong comic strips running side by side. The online safety messages were very clear.
I liked the idea of splitting your comic strip into good and bad - well thought out and clear message
I loved your design and originality, and how you compared the two situations. The presentation was superb too.
SAFER INTERNET DAY 2020
11TH FEBRUARY 2020
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