With over 19 years of experience, E2BN our parent company, is a leading provider of online safety training, advice and guidance for schools.
E2BN supports and works with staff, governors and parents.
Online safety advice
E2BN is here to help Internet4schools’ customers whenever you have a query, either via telephone or email about online safety matters.
Online safety training and awareness raising
Ofsted expects all staff to be knowledgeable about online safety as part of Safeguarding. E2BN provides a number of in-school online safety training sessions suitable for staff, governors and parents. Sessions are run as afternoon, twilight or evening events but can be combined to create half and whole day courses.
Online safety training
E2BN provides INSET sessions for staff that address a range of online safety issues. Our most popular sessions are:
Teaching Digital: this session is designed to encourage staff to think about how online safety education can be incorporated into a variety of subject areas. Topics include:
- Using the web as a research tool, evaluation and copyright issues
- Grooming, sexting and self-image
- The impact of a negative digital footprint
- Setting a good ‘e-example’
- Data security
- Acceptable Use policies and what Ofsted have to say about all this
Online Professional Reputation for Staff: because our online behaviour impacts our offline life this session is aimed at all school staff (including non-teaching staff). Although the focus of the session is staff behaviour it carries powerful messages about what we should be teaching our pupils about the online world.
Managing Sexting Incidents in Your Primary School: it is tempting to think that ‘this sort of thing’ only happens with teenagers. Unfortunately, children as young as six have been involved in sexting. Whilst young children may well sext for very different reasons compared to teenagers’, it is still extremely likely that school staff will have to deal with the incident. But do you know what to do? Are you sure that you (and your staff) know if and when you should report to the police or social services? Do you know how to advise parents and what, if anything, to teach pupils about sexting? This 90-minute session will help you and your colleagues make the right decisions about sexting.
Bespoke sessions are also available.
CEOP online safety
‘Thinkuknow’ training is a certified half-day online safety session which focuses on online child sexual exploitation. It identifies how children are at risk and how that risk can be managed. Delivered by an accredited Ambassador, it showcases a number of useful teaching resources.
360° Safe online safety school audit
360° Safe is a free online audit tool. It is provided free of charge to schools. Simply sign up for an account and start to really understand the state of online safety in your school. This tool will identify which aspects of online safety you are already doing well and show you what you need to develop next. Because 360 Safe provides detailed reports and a development plan improving online safety couldn’t be easier. Find out more.
For more information contact us.