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E-safety guidance for trainee teachers and NQTs

Three resources have been produced by Childnet International to help trainee teachers and newly qualified teachers (NQTs) understand the e-safety issues within schools, as well as find advice for their own use of technology.

Social Networking – a guide for trainee teachers and NQTs
This guide is designed to support personal use of these services, keeping trainees, NQTs, students and jobs safe. 

Teachers and Technology – a checklist for trainee teachers and NQTs
For NQTs and trainee teachers entering the profession, technology is a vital part of their professional and personal lives. The checklist has been designed to ensure that they are ready to face these challenges whether at school or at home, in the classroom, or in the wider school community.

E-safety resources matrix
A guide to some of the resources available to teach pupils about e-safety at each keystage.

Please visit the Childnet International website for more information on e-safety guidance for trainee teachers and NQTs.

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