Academies join National Online Safety Programme
Six of our academies have joined the National Online Safety Programme as they work to make the internet a safer place for their communities.
- National Online Safety helps to make the internet a safer place for young people
- Six of our academies have joined the programme
- Whole academy community approach benefits students, staff and parents and carers
- Co-op Academy Nightingale and Co-op Academy Swinton fully accredited
Six of our academies have joined the National Online Safety Programme as they work to make the internet a safer place for their communities. The framework for the programme equips academies with the tools and knowledge to understand the potential dangers of the online world, and provides resources to help students, parents and carers to navigate the digital landscape.
Academies taking part…
- Co-op Academy Delius
- Co-op Academy Friarswood
- Co-op Academy Nightingale
- Co-op Academy Parkland
- Co-op Academy Stoke-on-Trent
- Co-op Academy Swinton
Academies use a range of resources to better their knowledge and to pass the course. These include quizzes; webinars; lessons plans and explainer videos. These are used by all colleagues from teachers to office staff to site team members, as well as students and their families.
Maria Price, IT Teacher and Online Safety Champion at Co-op Academy Stoke said: “We know the importance of educating our communities on internet safety. We live in a digital world and with that comes both positives and negatives. And we know we can play an integral part of negating any pitfalls and dangers with our colleagues, our students and our parents and carers.”
Co-op Academy Nightingale and Co-op Academy Swinton are both now fully accredited with the remaining academies close to following suit.