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The most effective protection 


for leaders as well as learners

Listen to some of our secondary school leaders talk about how eSafe helps them not only protect learners from risks to safety, but also with the promotion of their welfare and wellbeing.

Unrivalled safeguarding in anybody’s language.

With eSafe in place, you can be certain that you’re promoting welfare and wellbeing by utilising and providing the most powerful protection available not only for your learners, but for yourself as well.

That’s because eSafe’s TripleLock system gives you the insights you need to develop an effective safeguarding strategy that’s aligned with the expectations of the Inspectorate and statutory requirements such as KCSIE and Prevent. And as a result you can always be confident that your reputation is maintained.

A language-agnostic approach

That reassurance remains the same whether your learners all speak fluent English or some have a different first language, as eSafe’s threat libraries are updated daily across a wide variety of languages. And by employing highly trained behaviour analysts who are themselves multi-lingual, eSafe is able to identify even the most subtle signs of risk regardless of first language or culture.

eSafe gives us invaluable insight into the digital activity of our learners, especially those ‘good’ students who would otherwise go under the radar.  The service has taken an awful lot of pressure away from the safeguarding team: we feel reassured that there’s a professional team of specialists in the background, monitoring user activity around the clock, only alerting us to the genuine safeguarding incidents that require intervention

Terry Laing - E-safety Officer, Alsop High

Giving you the tools to get it right.

Because eSafe is able to pinpoint the early signs of risk, it enables you to respond quickly with intervention strategies that are much more likely to succeed.

By complementing the eyes and ears of teaching staff, together with intelligence from external agencies and information provided by parents and carers, eSafe also highlights where focus and efforts are needed most so you can align your team resources effectively.

Another beneficial feature of the eSafe system is its structured protocol, which ensures that incidents are escalated in real time and on a daily or weekly basis, according to their severity. This means that only genuine incidents are ever reported, enabling you to focus in the right places and on the learners and staff who need support.

Safeguarding more than just your learners.

As well as helping you to ensure the safety, welfare and wellbeing of your learners, eSafe can do the same for your teaching staff by alerting you to potential problems. For example, by spotting the early signs of stress and mental health issues. And with absence sickness levels continuing to rise, this allows you to proactively protect your staff and lessen the impact on your budget.

Helping your school to flourish.

As the market leader in monitoring, eSafe gives you the reassurance that you are providing the very highest standards of protection for your learners and staff. But the benefits don’t end there. By giving you visibility of what’s really going on inside your school, eSafe provides an ongoing ‘health check’, thereby enabling you to direct and shape your pastoral agenda according to the specific needs and challenges of your school at any point in time.  This ultimately helps you to maintain your own culture standards and instil British Values.

Recent figures from the DfE show that the number of pupils, aged five and upwards, speaking other languages has doubled in the past decade, reaching a record high of just over a million.

Reality Check.

Does your current monitoring system deliver all of this?

1
Detect risks from static images that may be viewed or shared by users without accompanying text.
2
Detect risks from moving images.
3
Transcend language and cultural barriers.
4
Recognise all the latest behaviour trends (international, national and local) to ensure no risk goes undetected.
5
All safeguarding incidents detected by the technology reviewed by specialist behaviour analysts.
6
Monitor users inside and outside of education hours, in term time and holidays too.
7
Monitor users when they aren’t connected to your server.
8
Provide an accurate baseline that’s needed to plan and measure the effectiveness of intervention strategies required by the Inspectorate.

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