Whether your school is closed or not, schools may be considering moving learning online. Here's the lowdown on organising classes online so that safeguards are adequately considered and are trouble-free
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UK Government Guidance for schools and colleges to support them keeping children safe, including online, during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
To help HMRC investigations, report all HMRC related phishing emails and bogus text messages to HMRC. Even if you get the same or similar phishing email or text message often, email it to firstname.lastname@example.org and then delete it.
Do not open attachments or click any links in an email or text message, as they may contain malicious software or direct you to a bogus website.
To support parents and carers in keeping their children safe online while they are off school, Thinkuknow have produced two helpsheets with advice and links to Thinkuknow resources they can use at home.
A teenager from the West Midlands is urging young girls to "find their voice" and speak out against upskirting.
Upskirting is when images are taken underneath a victim's clothing without permission and often undetected.
Morgan was targeted in her local swimming pool two years ago. Now 17, she's trying to raise awareness of a law which came into force last April making upskirting a criminal offence in England and Wales.
There is no single effective method of dealing with parents and carers who raise issues on social networking sites. However, settings can take a proactive approach to minimise such incidents rather than having to be reactive and put together a quick response to stop the spread of rumours. This guidance gives several approaches educational settings can use to deal with any problems as well as preventative approaches to help ensure that parents and carers follow the appropriate complaints procedures.