The dynamic digital environment is changing
Safeguarding students and staff now effectively means thinking beyond the traditional school environment. Laptops, tablets and mobile phones extend access to the Internet and to computer resources beyond the school network, providing 24 x 7 availability and offline capability, significantly increasing the potential for safeguarding risk and misuse.
An Acceptable Use Policy sets out how school ICT can be used, but how can you be sure that this is being adhered to? After all, wellbeing is not regarded as an ICT responsibility, so why should schools rely on a piece of software to cover this important aspect of school life. Compliance to policy is a matter of Governance.
eSafe provides an integrated and comprehensive approach to e-safety and safeguarding that puts school leaders back in control. It removes the legal liabilities created by software-only solutions and frees up teachers' time to focus on education and support.