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Andi Ball - I am the e-safety co-ordinator in the college. I work hard to ensure that all students get the right level of education about being safe and secure when using their media devices. To support my role I also have CEOP Ambassador status, meaning that I have the latest resources and materials to enable students to understand the dangers of the web. I am also a member of the college Archway team and have experience in the area of child protection through teaching and leading the Ethics Department and working with children and families from the school.
This page of the college website, which is updated throughout the year, is designed to ensure that you have the most up-to-date information and advice regarding your child’s safety on the internet and their media devices.
If you would like to discuss the content of the e-safety section of the Sittingbourne Community College website, then please contact the college and ask to speak to me, whether it is for advice or for information you would like to see included in this section.
If you want to make a report about online abuse, offensive material, a concern about a child, or any other concerns that are internet based, then this is the website to make a report. The report will be dealt with by a specialist who can offer you advice and pass on important information to the police, school or agencies should it be necessary.
There are a range of links on this website which can take you to other websites such as the NSPCC and BeatBullying websites.
CEOP also has its own channel on YouTube where there are educational films and resources that are used in schools and which can be used by parents in supporting their child’s education.
This website is run by CEOP and provides you with information and resources based on the age of the person accessing the website.
This website, like CEOP, has a range of materials that can be accessed to get advice and can be used with your child to teach them internet safety.
This website can be used to get advice and understanding about child abuse and how to prevent it. It also gives you information about where to go if you need to report an incident and further internet safety advice.
Obviously it is really important for you and your child to know the law regarding behaviour. The Kent Police website has everything you will need to know about internet safety and the law.
Advice for parents about all aspects of your child’s safety.
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