21 Apr 2021Ended

Keeping Children and Young People Safe Online : Preventing Threats, Ensuring Protection


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100 - 500
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Apr 2021


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This session will provide attendees with the opportunity to discuss the main concerns they have and challenges they face regarding Covid-19 and .. Read more online teaching impacting online safety for pupils. Fears around digital safety for young people have been heightened due to Covid-19, with Internet Matters revealing that 6 out of 10 teachers are worried about the safety of pupils due to increased internet usage because of the pandemic. However, progress is being made to tackle online safety concerns, as the Online Harms Bill makes its way through parliament and compulsory Relationships and Sex Education in England encourages healthy online relationships. In addition, Covid-19 can facilitate improvement in online safety for schools and colleges, with updated online safety plans and ensuring parents are fully engaged with their children’s online activity. Join us at Keeping Children and Young People Safe Online 2021: Preventing Threats, Ensuring Protection to hear the latest policy updates and guidance on online safeguarding, child criminal exploitation online, cyberbullying, and parental engagement. Best practice case studies will provide insights on how schools, colleges and local authorities can address online radicalisation and the mental health impacts of children’s online activity as well as developing strategies to protect the most vulnerable. We are now taking bookings for our wide range of sponsorship and exhibition packages; we also offer bespoke packages tailored for your organisation.

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