E-Safety Toolkit & Resources for Schools
"Panic or no panic, the virtual world and the real world do contain risks, and children left to navigate a solo path through either, face many dangers."
Professor Tanya Byron - The Byron Review, March 2009
While children and young people need support to keep themselves safe online, the risks associated with the use of technology are not restricted to just them. E-Safety issues can also affect adults who work alongside children in schools and settings. The ICT Service recognise E-Safety as primarily a safeguarding issue rather than a technology issue. This site contains guidance and resources to help minimise the risks associated with the use of technology in the modern world.