FOR HAVERING AND LONDON SCHOOLS
Over 10,000 respondents so far! Help make the richest source of E-safety data in the UK…
Havering and London schools – Please promote the LGfL eSafety Survey for pupils
Is online bullying an issue at your school? Do you know? Do you have any information about pupils’ online behaviours? This survey, developed by the London E-safety group, aims to support schools with E-safety data. Ofsted will expect schools to have effective tools to support monitoring and evaluation.
The survey is primarily aimed at Key Stage 2 and 3 pupils, although pupils outside this age group can respond.
The last LGfL E-safety survey, carried out in 2013, secured 18,000 responses and generated a substantial and significant data set informing academic understanding of children and young people’s online behaviours.
All schools are encouraged to participate, in order to generate the most complete and authoritative data set. Please share the following link with colleagues: http://www.lgfl.net/esafety/Pages/E-Safety-Survey-2015.aspx
The survey is now open and will remain so until Friday March 13. The survey is anonymous and confidential; pupils are not asked to give any personal/identifiable details and are under no obligation to take part.
Schools will be notified by LGfL where a safeguarding issue becomes obvious through the answers given in the survey, but as described above, it would not be possible to identify individual pupils. The full results will be collated, analysed by data experts from the National Foundation for Educational Research, and published in report form during the summer term.
Thank you for your support and assistance with this research, and in promoting E-safety safeguarding within your school.
Thank you for your support…
Havering School Improvement Services Computing and E-Safety Team