E-safety still on the agenda? Ofsted think so …

Introduction The removal of ancillary inspection briefing sheets for inspectors from the Ofsted website in June of this year signalled a mixture of responses from those whose work concerns effective online safety strategies. For schools the briefing sheet “Inspecting E-safety” was a useful set of criteria and questions that assisted in aligning existing practice. For those involved with supporting[…]

Waving silently: technology and self-harm

The following blog is long; it needed to be. It is an article written for “Every Child Journal” a subscription educational publication part of the Imaginative Minds Group. I have attempted to explore self-harm in the context of online behaviour; what research currently tells us; current expert opinion from those who support children and young people with self-harm and[…]