E-Safety Week – Safety Resources

No Budget? No Problem?

As with our new Ofsted frameworks and endless logs of data that we have to include. I know that it’s not always easy for schools to make sure that they have logs of particular incidents. In our current guidance, we have to show as a school that we log all of our e-safety incidents and we need to make sure that we can show how we have actioned them.

During e-safety week, I thought about the number of systems that we have but I also thought about some of our smaller primary schools who may be working on a smaller budget. I have developed this simple to use spreadsheet which includes forms.

When you fill out the form on the front it will ask you to press add and it will add the incident to a separate sheet.

On the incident log, you can use the filters along the top to show it by date or by the member of staff that has reported or posted the incident.

I hope that this may be useful to some schools that are on a budget and that some leadership team may be able to use this which is why I’m sharing it.

Let me know if you would like any extra fields or support.

Click here to access the file from my dropbox

esafetylog

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About Raymond David James Chambers

I am the Lead teacher of computing at Brooke Weston Academy in Corby Northamptonshire. Previously I was the head of IT/Computing at Uppingham Community College. In 2015 I won the Gold National Teaching award for Innovative use of technology. I also won the 2015 Young Game Bafta - Mentor award. I'm keen to help students achieve their best and like to give them opportunities to do this. I have a passion for teaching and I enjoy meeting other people and sharing their ideas. I have a keen interest in games development as well as developing the use of ICT in classrooms across the curriculum. In my spare time I teach Irish dancing. I have been Irish dancing since I was 11. My highest position was 14th at the world championships 3 years running and 2nd at the Great Britain Championships in 2006.
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