The values promoted by Baverstock Oaks School include respect for self and all others in the school community, and commitment to enabling everyone to achieve their personal best in an environment which is physically and emotionally safe. The measures to ensure the cybersafety of the school environment – which are outlined in our Digital Citizenship Agreement documents – are based on these core values.
The school’s computer network, Internet access facilities, computers and other school ICT equipment/devices bring great benefits to the teaching and learning programmes at Baverstock Oaks School, and to the effective operation of the school. (Examples of what is meant by ‘ICT equipment/devices’ can be found on the cover page of the agreements.) However, it is essential that the school endeavours to ensure the safe use of ICT within the school community.
Thus Baverstock Oaks School has rigorous cybersafety practices in place, which include cybersafety use agreements for all school staff and students.
Our Digital Citizenship Agreement documents below include information about obligations and responsibilities, and the nature of possible consequences associated with breaches of the use agreement which undermine the safety of the school environment. The cybersafety education supplied by the school to its learning community is designed to complement and support the use agreement initiative. The overall goal of the school in this matter is to help keep the school community cybersafe by creating and maintaining a cybersafety culture which is in keeping with the values of the school, as well as legislative, and professional, obligations. All members of the school community benefit from being party to the use agreement initiative and other aspects of the school cybersafety programme.
Digital Citizenship agreement 2017
Letter to Parents
Bring Your Own Device Agreement
Taking Control of TechnologyTechnology Friend or Foe?
Keeping Your Kids Cyber Safe