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    Synopsis

    Chris Skinner of National Online Safety explains that online safety is an ever changing landscape and recommends schools take an agile approach to engaging and educating students about the risks, that reaches way, way beyond a once a term tick box exercise.

    National Online Safety – the good, the bad and the ugly

    S02: E12

    Anna Bateman interviews Chris Skinner, senior consultant with National Online Safety, to highlight the ongoing risks of students’ increasing exposure to life online.

    This year, pupils forced to study at home have added education and learning to their daily screen time. However, Chris observes that life online offers risks as well as opportunities for children, so it is incumbent on schools to ensure online safety is paramount, and at the forefront of all our minds, to protect youngsters from harm and mental stress.

    Chris explains that online safety is an ever changing landscape and recommends schools take an agile approach to engaging and educating students about the risks, that reaches way, way beyond a once a term tick box exercise.

    Listen now to hear more of his insights, and solutions, and feel free to download our accompanying handout to use in your setting.