E-safety continues to gain apace as a topic. Schools are expected to be experts in this ever changing topic. The plethora of issues it raises, together with continual changes in apps, technology and the associated problems this brings creates a minefield for education professionals.
This one day conference brings together a range of experts in the field to equip you with the skills to deliver e-safety confidently and effectively in your setting.
Who should attend?
Headteachers, Pastoral Leaders, ICT teachers from both primary and secondary settings.
This one day conference has been put together to:
This event is also being submitted for CPD Certification.
9.30am - Arrival and networking opportunity
10.15am - Empowering Children to embrace technology
Speaker: Henry Platten, eCadets
10.50am - Safeguarding made simple: The pupil voice
Speaker: Michael Brennan, Tootoot
11.30 - Coffee
11.50 - E-Safety - ‘Getting it right for inspections’
Speaker: Tim Pinto, E-safety Consultant
12.45 - Networking lunch
13.50 - Practical tips for teachers
Speaker: Alicia Coad, ChatFOSS
14.30 - Roundtable discussion of current issues in schools – sharing best practice
15.00 - Close
This conference has been put together with the support of both the speakers and E-Safety Support and therefore the cost has been kept as low as possible. Early bird tickets are available for £30 for delegates registering before Friday 27th May. After the 27th the cost will be £50 per delegate. Register online
Getting to the venue
The St Georges Centre is conveniently located in the centre of Leeds next to the Leeds General Infirmary.
Train: Travel to Leeds Station, from which is approximately 15 minutes walk or 5 minutes in a taxi.
Car: Car parking is available at The Light, the St Johns Centre and the Merrion Centre. These are all within 5 minutes walk from the St George’s Centre.
Bus:St George’s Centre is two minutes walk from a bus stop served by the city centre circular bus route which also stops at Leeds City Station.