SWGFL has created the Test Filtering tool to ensure that school, public and personal internet connections are able to block out harmful online content.
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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:
The Safer Recruitment Consortium published an addendum to their Guidance for a Safer Working Practices document. The addendum was written to consider the issues around remote online learning.
Islington Computing Online Safety has collated policies and templates related to remote learning.