Stanborough School is committed to using technology to enhance the learning experience of its students.
It is therefore committed to ensuring the online safety of all stakeholders within the school by providing structures, systems and processes to deal with the many changing issues that may arise. Should staff have any concerns with online safety issues for any stakeholders, they should contact Mr Green.
Below is an overview of how online safety is addressed at the school:
|IT Acceptable Use Policy in personal organisers||Staff IT Acceptable Use Policy||Regular articles in Stanborough Times|
|IT Acceptable Use Policy signed by sixth form||Online Safety officer CEOP trained||Online safety events held for parents|
|Regular assemblies on current issues||All staff training||Reacting to current issues / concerns through parental e-mail when necessary|
|CEOP report button on website||CEOP report button on website||CEOP report button on website|
|Online Safety programme of study delivered via PSHE and IT lessons||School safety Policy reviewed by Governors annually||Online safety support for vulnerable students and families by SFSW|
|Filtering software (includes PREVENT)||Filtering software (includes PREVENT)|
|Impero monitoring system||Impero monitoring system|
|Procedures for handling inappropriate content on student devices/email||Procedures for handling inappropriate content on staff devices/email|
|Online safety support for vulnerable students and families by SFSW|
|Parental permission for digital and paper based publications|
|Posters around school|
Safer Internet Information
A good starting point for parents is to look at the Social Media guides on the ThinkUKnow website. Click here to access the guides.
To mark Safer Internet Day the IT & Computing Faculty ran a number of activities to support students’ use of the internet. The following documents will give you some additional information about how to keep your child safe on the internet.