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Developing a ‘Culture of Vigilance’
Wed October 07, 2015

Developing a ‘Culture of Vigilance’

How robust is your school’s safeguarding strategy in relation to fulfilling your Prevent duty?

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Future Digital - Security Statement
Mon July 20, 2015

Future Digital - Security Statement

Future Digital takes our core objective, to provide safeguarding support to schools and institutions, incredibly seriously and makes every endeavour to ensure the safety and privacy of all of our customers and users is protected while using our software.

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Safeguarding the Digital Generation with the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF)
Thu June 18, 2015

Safeguarding the Digital Generation with the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF)

UK based active monitoring solution provider Future Digital, becomes latest IWF Member with safeguarding at the forefront of its vision.

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Protecting your students from radicalisation and other online dangers through active monitoring
Wed November 26, 2014

Protecting your students from radicalisation and other online dangers through active monitoring

With National Counter Terrorism Awareness Week kicking off this week we would like to introduce you to some of our most recent product enhancements, designed specifically to protect your students from exposure to radicalisation.

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Sensationalist media coverage skewing children’s ability to assess online risk
Tue June 10, 2014

Sensationalist media coverage skewing children’s ability to assess online risk

The meaning of online problematic situations for children: results of qualitative cross-cultural investigation in nine European countries

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Six schools in Islam Trojan Horse plot in Birmingham face closure
Wed June 04, 2014

Six schools in Islam Trojan Horse plot in Birmingham face closure

Six schools in Islam Trojan Horse plot in Birmingham face closure after inquiry finds they did too little too protect children from extremism

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Sensationalist media coverage skewing children’s ability to assess online risk
Wed June 04, 2014

Sensationalist media coverage skewing children’s ability to assess online risk

Sensationalist media coverage of online risks, such as cyberbullying or the dangers of meeting an online ‘friend’ offline, may be acting as a barrier to effectively educating children on e-safety, a new report has claimed.

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Should schools do more to protect teachers from cyberbulling?
Wed June 04, 2014

Should schools do more to protect teachers from cyberbulling?

Research shows that a fifth of teachers have received online abuse from pupils or their parents.

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