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  • e-safety: What's The Advice?

    With technology playing an ever-increasing part of children’s lives, the importance of teaching e-safety in schools has never been more important.  

    The Department for Education (DfE) has highlighted that ‘it is important to teach pupils about the underpinning knowledge and behaviours that can help pupils to navigate the online world safely and confidently, regardless of the device, platform or app’. (June 2019) 

    Children growing up in today’s world are living two lives simultaneously; offline with their family, friends and peers, and online with all the opportunities, challenges and risks that this can present.  

    As part of the curriculum, e-safety and how to deal with this ‘online life’ is a key priority for schools. There are many subjects across the school curriculum which deal with e-safety; Relationships (and Sex) Education, Health Education, Computing and Citizenship, to name but a few. 

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  • Have Your Say: Introducing the new CMS Ideas Hub

    Our Content Management System (CMS) has been designed exclusively for the education sector and is used every day by thousands of customers in schools and trusts across the UK. 

    We constantly review our functionality, to ensure any new features are as user-friendly, relevant and useful as possible to our audience, but going forwards, we’d like to make our processes more democratic and transparent. 

    We want to give our customers the chance to suggest, review and vote on the features which they feel will be most beneficial to assist with their day-to-day tasks, culminating in customer-driven product development.

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