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Strand 1: Learners

 

Aspect 1 - Online Safety Education

  • LPS has a comprehensive ICT scheme and curriculum map, that incorporates online safety - which is directly related to the DCF. 
  • All pupils have access to a progression model with regards to online safety all through the whole school, across the curriculum.
  • All pupil's progress is tracked and assess using our online assessment tool (Incerts).
  • This aspect of the ICT curriculum of the school has strong links with the health and well-being area of learning.
  • We have links to external agencies (3), to offer additional workshops to all members of the community to strengthen this area. 

Aspect 2 - Digital Citizenship

  • LPS ensure that the DCF Citizenship strand is mapped across the curriculum and throughout the school's Four-Core Purposes development programme (Pupil Learning Journal).
  • This aspect of the ICT curriculum of the school has strong links with the health and well-being area of learning.
  • We have links to external agencies (3), to offer additional workshops to all members of the community to strengthen this area. 

Aspect 3 - The Contribution of Young People

  • LPS iTeam meet regularly with other Pupil Voice Groups (PVG), classes and staff to glean a current position on online safety and new technologies awareness. This informs the team and the leaders (Lee Burnell and Zachariah Higgins) to lead development within this area across the school. These meeting provide action plans for the implementation of new technologies and security strategies - working alongside external agencies to support (3, PCSO, Childline).
  • The LPS iTeam have undertaken research alongside the PVG leaders (LPS Review Week) to identify areas of online safety coverage throughout the school. This research has enabled the team to contact external agencies to provide online safety workshops, classroom sessions and support for other pupils, parents and other members of the LPS community.

 

Strand 2: Staff

 

Aspect 1 - Staff Training

  • There is a planned programme for online safety training, for all staff, which is regularly reviewed. Staff induction training incorporates online safety training - within all training and inductions there are clear links to the LPS safeguarding suite of policies and procedures. 
  • Online questionnaires and DCF needs-tool analysis are completed to audit training needs and review targets for all staff. 
  • Accreditation for key members of staff is sought to have an enhanced level of training. 

Strand 3: Governors

 

Aspect 1 - Governor Training

  • The online safety governor meets regularly with the iTeam to help shape policies, procedures and online education. 
  • Governors attend parent online-safety workshops.
  • The iTeam and the ICT leader generate termly reviews for the headteachers reviews to governors (Review Week) and present occasionally. 

Strand 4: Parents & Carers

 

Aspect 1 - Parental Engagement

  • The LPS admissions pack incorporates online safety agreements, home-school link agreement, GDPR compliance, online-learning tool consent and information regarding online safety awareness. The admission packs are replenished through every phase of the school (Nursery, Foundation Phase, Key Stage 2). 
  • Parents undertake online questionnaires regarding online safety, and are regularly informed of curriculum developments and programmes that their children have access to, as well as their children's school achievements via the school website.
  • Parents are invited to online safety workshops, promoted and presented by the iTeam and external agencies (3). 

Strand 5: Community

 

Aspect 1 - Community Engagement

  • The online safety governor meets regularly with the iTeam to help shape policies, procedures and online education. These meeting provide action plans for the implementation of new technologies and security strategies - working alongside external agencies to support (3, PCSO, Childline).
  • Governors also attend parent online-safety workshops.
  • Parents undertake online questionnaires regarding online safety, and are regularly informed of curriculum developments and programmes that their children have access to, as well as their children's school achievements via the school website.
  • Parents are invited to online safety workshops, promoted and presented by the iTeam and external agencies (3). 
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  • Llewellyn 1,075
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Welcome back to LPS! We are looking forward to seeing you all...please stay safe and keep 2 metres apart. MrB :)
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