New plans unveiled on the 22nd December by the DfE have been released in order to help schools keep children safe online.
Under the recently published proposals, all schools have a requirement to filter inappropriate content and to teach pupils about how to stay safe online, both at school and at home. The strengthened measures that will be put in place will prevent harm to children from cyber bullying, pornography and the risk of radicalisation. Whilst the internet plays an important role in students education it can also bring significant risks.
embc work with a number of different application service providers that offer e-safety services to schools. This includes LGFL/Trustnet, Capital Bytes, Capita and E-Safety Advisor. If you would like to know more about our service providers and how they can help your school with e-safety requirements, please click here.
To read the full press release, please click here.