09.00 – 09.45

Registration & Refreshments

09.45 – 10.00

Introduction and welcome from the Chair

Will Gardner, Chief Executive Officer, Childnet International

10.00 – 10.35

Keynote 1

Update from CEOP: The latest developments in online child protection

Jonathan Baggaley, Education and Professional Development Team Co-ordinator, The Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre

10.35 – 11.10

Keynote 2

The post-Becta era: Understand current trends to navigate the future of online safety and ICT in schools to keep you one step ahead

John Carr OBE, Secretary, Children’s Charities’ Coalition on Internet Safety (CHIS)

11.10 – 11.20


11.20 – 11.50

Morning Refreshments

11.50 – 12.30

Keynote 3

Your legal obligations explained: Where child protection meets online safety requirements

Mark Blois, Head of Education Law, Browne Jacobson LLP

12.30 – 13.20

Streamed Sessions 1





Tackle the problems of web-enabled mobile devices: From mobile phone bullying to web browsing

Nathalie Noret, Psychology Lecturer, York St John University

Educate students to manage their reputations online and appropriately use social networking sites

Paul Haigh, Senior Assistant Headteacher, Notre Dame School

(ICT Excellence Award regional winners 2009)

Deliver effective staff training: Educate staff to identify warning signs and take action

Mubina Asaria, VLE Manager, Greenford High School

Understand your legal obligations for combating cyberbullying

Mark Blois, Head of Education Law, Browne Jacobson LLP

13.20 – 14.20


14.20 – 15.10

Streamed Sessions 2





Tackle and manage cyberbullying off the school premises

Eugene O’Reilly, Deputy Headteacher, The Douay Martyrs School

Prepare and empower your students to manage risk and protect themselves online

Develop and implement an effective e-safety strategy for your whole school

Kirsty Tonks, Director of e-Learning, Collegiate Academy Trust

Implement effective filtering to provide a safe environment without restricting e-learning

15.10 – 15.30

Afternoon Refreshments

15.30 – 16.20

Streamed Sessions 3





Manage and update your Acceptable Use Policy to keep up with new technologies

Martin Hancock, Director of ICT Systems, Kirkham Grammar School

Educate parents to take greater responsibility for their children’s online safety through effective e-safety training

Will Gardner, Chief Executive Officer, Childnet International

Identify and manage the risks associated with the sexualisation of young people online

Rebecca Avery, e-Safety Officer, Kent County Council

Monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of your e-safety policy

Rosie Carter, CEO, SafeChild


Conference Close