Aug 2023 LGFL's Digisafe has fully revised and updated their Online Safety Policy template and all Acceptable Use Policies (AUPs).
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This online safety guide has been produced by Childnet International for The National Lottery Heritage Fund.
SWGFL has created the Test Filtering tool to ensure that school, public and personal internet connections are able to block out harmful online content.
The parents of a 15-year-old autistic girl who died by suicide after her school did not monitor her online activity have described the circumstances of her death as a “catastrophic failure” as they warned the Department for Education (DfE) against complacency.
Frances-Rose Thomas, known as Frankie, took her own life at home in Witley, Surrey, on 25 September 2018 after reading a story that involved suicide on a school iPad, which had no safety features.
This guidance from Kent Safeguarding Children Multi-agency Partnership (KSCMP) aims to support managers and safeguarding leads make decisions and have discussions with staff about appropriate online behaviors and professional practice: