On the 3rd of July, Child Internet Safety will host the 3rd annual Child Internet Safety Summit at the QEII Westminster, London. The Summit, headline sponsored by AVG Technologies, provides a unique platform for those people working at grass roots level (teachers, police and social workers) to ensure their awareness of developing technology and the services that will assist children to stay safe online.
Delegates will have access to e-safety experts including representatives from government, OFSTED, Department of Education, NSPCC, CEOP (and more).
Reasons teachers would attend the Child Internet Safety Summit:
• Network with high-level child safety experts and like-minded teachers, all of whom have the same concerns and interests.
• Be kept up-to-date with the latest government policy initiatives… and have their say.
• Have access to use and discover ground-breaking products that are achieving real successes in preventing online abuse.
• Study current research that is helping to shape the future online safety strategies in schools.
More information: www.childinternetsafety.co.uk/summit
Please note, teachers from state funded schools attend the Summit free of charge.