For over 5 years E-safety Support has been providing high quality teaching resources, guidance and online training to schools on the topic of online safety.
We are now extending our remit and providing that same trusted quality of service across the wider area of safeguarding.
The new suite of topics will initially include:
Our new service will be accessible anytime and anywhere, empowering teachers to have the latest knowledge at their fingertips to deliver outstanding safeguarding practices with ease.
E-safety Support will be incorporated into the new Safeguarding Essentials product suite.
The service for existing E-safety Support Premium Plus members will not be affected. While you will see some changes to the website, once you have logged into your account, you will still have access to all your existing e-safety resources in the usual way. We will however, be adding some further 'sexting' resources as part of the process.
From an administration point of view, your paid membership package will no longer be referred to as 'Premium Plus', but will instead now be named 'E-safety Support'. This will be evident when you log into your dashboard and on any future invoicing.
Free members will be automatically transferred to Free membership of Safeguarding Essentials with the wider range of free resources, guidance and previews.
As with our E-safety Support packages, this is an online service, with all the resources and training courses accessible from the website. Schools will be able to purchase membership based on their education level - primary, secondary or all ages.
Safeguarding Essentials membership packages will be available as follows*:
Safeguarding Essentials (including E-safety Support) for Primary Schools - £499 Safeguarding Essentials (including E-safety Support) for Secondary Schools - £799 Safeguarding Essentials (including E-safety Support) for All Ages (primary & secondary) - £949
Discounts are available for school groups, small schools and special needs schools - please call 0113 526 5980
Child protection and welfare needs are evolving. According to the NSPCC, "thousands of young people sought help last year after being sexually abused by another young person". Added to the temptation of drugs and alcohol, the challenges surrounding mental well-being, or the ever-present potential for bullying, safeguarding in schools is a constant concern.
Providing a holistic approach to protect children against both offline and online risks is vital. This is why we are launching Safeguarding Essentials, a comprehensive service for safeguarding future generations.
Safeguarding Essentials will provide a comprehensive range of safeguarding resources to help equip schools in preventing and detecting current risks faced by children. These include: