E-safety for parents
It can be difficult to engage with parents, however, my sessions are easy to follow and highlight the ways in which parents can discuss issues with their child. In addition to face-to-face sessions, I also offer webinars which can take place in the evening, giving parents the opportunity to have a presentation directly at their home.
£99 + travel costs
One hour workshop for parents during the school day or after school
50-minute online evening webinar for parents
£160 + travel costs
Two workshops completed in the school day e.g. 2.30pm & 6 pm
E-safety Summer Fair
Engaging with parents and carers on e-safety can be challenging for schools. Why not look at an event where parents are more likely to come to school?The E-Safety summer fair stand will be a unique opportunity for Tim to talk to parents and hand out resources. He can also show parents how to put parental controls on devices and support them with specific problems.
The E-Safety summer fair stand will be a unique opportunity for Tim to talk to parents and hand out resources. He can also show parents how to put parental controls on devices and support them with specific problems.
£120 + Travel Costs
2-hour attendance at summer fair
£199 + Travel Costs
whole day attendance with Tim delivering pupil sessions in the morning
School e-safety training
This is the most popular service for primary schools. I will come and spend the day with pupils, parents and staff and deliver sessions throughout the day.
- Pupil sessions - KS1 involves ‘Billy-The E-Safety Puppet’ who reads an original story with pupils. KS2 sessions are called ‘Cross The Line’ and addresses a number of issues around cyber bullying, video games and sending inappropriate images.
- Staff training - This usually takes place after school for 60 minutes and covers issues around digital safeguarding
- Parents sessions - These sessions run at 2.30pm and 5.30pm (times can vary) and gives parents practical tips on how to keep their children safe when using the internet and technology at home. Parents also receive leaflets that they can take home with them for further reading.
£299 + travel costs
* Pupil only sessions without the parent/staff training is £200
* I will offer the service to small primary schools (with less than 100 pupils) for 25% discount
What Do You Mean By Extreme?
This is a half day workshop which looks at how the internet can be used to promote false information.
It looks at fake news, propaganda on the internet and how to be a ‘savvy’ internet user. The session usually starts with an assembly and then pupils receive follow up sessions in the classroom.
Suitable for KS2, KS3 & KS4
£180 - half day + travel costs
What Do You Mean By Extreme?
For secondary schools, I run a range of services aimed at KS3-5.
- Online collapsed curriculum days: delivery of online safety workshop to students covering sending inappropriate images, cyberbullying, fake news and digital footprints.Students have a workbooklet to complete throughout the day to support the sessions. I can run the same day looking at specific issues such as online extremism, sharing inappropriate images and digital footprints.
£250 + travel expenses. (Free license to use the workbooklet)
Bespoke sessions for pupils such as sixth forms, year groups or vulnerable young people. This can be done via PSHE Lessons, Computing, extended assemblies or in other ways to fit the school day.
Please contact me for prices
E-safety Santa 2017
Santa will visit your school and speak to the children about being safe with any new technology they receive as Christmas presents.
Children in KS1 will read a Christmas story with Santa about a brother and sister who are not safe with their new presents. Santa can also talk to KS2 pupils (if appropriate).
Schools will also receive a downloadable activity pack for pupils and information for parents.
* This service runs from 4-21 December 2017
£99 - half day + travel costs