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If you wish, you can review your answers via the ‘view questions’ button below or choose to retake the quiz. Having considered these statements on Digital Leadership, please move on to the next class where Jess explores the range of leadership aspects relating to online safety.
STATEMENT: “Online safety is everyone’s responsibility in my organisation, including me”
STATEMENT: “I have never avoided asking pupils about technology e.g. because of lack of confidence”
STATEMENT: “I know how to report an online safety issue affecting myself or a young person within my organisation”
STATEMENT: “When I am made aware of any child wellbeing or child protection issue, I consider if there is an online safety dimension to it”
STATEMENT: “I am confident to talk to parents/carers about online safety”
STATEMENT: “Parents need to be warned about dangerous apps, websites or online challenges”
STATEMENT: “Videos which re-enact real-life abuse cases can help children understand that there are dangerous people online”
STATEMENT: “It’s OK to contact pupils using social media and pretending to be someone else, if you’re doing it as part of a lesson e.g. to later reveal in class that it was really you”
STATEMENT: “I keep my data and devices secure”
STATEMENT: “I know what my organisation’s policy is on staff use of social media”