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Online safety: requirements and guidance
Understand what arrangements you should have in place to keep pupils safe online, and get further resources to help you manage online safety in your school.
- Develop policies that cover the 4 areas of risk
- Put in place appropriate filtering and monitoring systems
- Take action to prevent online peer-on-peer abuse
- Teach online safety through the curriculum
- Safeguard pupils and staff during remote learning
- Include online safety in staff safeguarding training
- Ofsted expectations
- Further guidance and resources
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