Wednesday 15th January 2020
Christ Central - Redhill
9.30 - 3.30pm
The OnSafe Conference is aimed at DSL's, school leaders, safeguarding and online safety co-ordinators, computing and PSHCE subject leaders and is made possible by online safety software and tech companies supporting the event.
Come and hear great speakers, go to interesting workshops and seminars, find out new resources for schools and get involved in conversations and debates. You may also leave with a CPD certificate.*
Throughout the day the main room will be hosting great speakers and debates, the break out rooms will be running workshops and seminars on a range of topics and the exhibition spaces will engage new interests and conversations. This is not a typical conference – please come prepared to be challenged, interested, involved and motivated. You will leave with a range of great resources, ideas and new ways of teaching online safety in your school.
All refreshments and lunch included please notify us of any specific food requirements.
Delegates may bring along a wifi enabled, internet device (Preferably a smart phone or tablet) able to connect to an external network to access further information and resources and take part in general quizzes and activities and votes. Charging facilities will be available.
The venue is only 3 minutes from Redhill Railway Station, Redhill Bus Station is even nearer. Parking is in town centre car parks.
*This is the free Think you know CEOP certificate which is not costed to the event. You will be sent further details if you want to take part.
Sponsored and Supported by:
Keynote Speaker - Henry Platten
Henry’s digital citizenship crusade has taken him from being a Police Sergeant, to creating the multi-award winning eCadet education programme (that has benefitted 1 million children since its launch) and onto creating GoBubble, a kidsafe social media that gives teachers and parents complete peace of mind, as it rewards kindness and ensures all content is clean. As an international speaker he has worked with educators in America, Europe, Australia, Africa and Asia to help them cultivate digital citizenship.
Supported by: 2Simple
Ian Allgar and Justin Heath
2Simple have a stand and are doing a seminar/workshop and have donated a prize in the draw
Supported by: eCadets
Kids keeping kids safe online
Keynote Speaker -Steve Clarke
National Centre for Computing Education
Senior Education Lead (Computing)
How NCCE supports Online Safety for teachers and schools
STEM Learning Ltd
Supported by: GoBubble
supported by: Securus Software Ltd
Securus have a stand and are giving a 12 month Securus contract in the prize draw
Securus is at the forefront of keeping children safe online in the UK & International Education markets. We offer innovative and sophisticated safeguarding technology to ensure the safety of children online and maintain regulatory compliance. Securus’s solutions allow schools, colleges and MATs to monitor ALL devices connected to the network.
Keynote Ben Whitaker - Edufuturist
Ben Whitaker - Edufuturist
Ben is a certified Google Trainer, Google Innovator and former Assistant Principal, who has led training around the UK and beyond. He is a passionate speaker who engages and inspires all those he works with.
Ben is doing a keynote and a workshop
'Bursting the Bubble - Using GoBubble in a Primary School'
Sponsored by: Eduthing
We are a forward thinking, proactive and flexible company that provides managed IT services for schools, academies and multi academy trusts in the primary, secondary and independent sector.
Eduthing are providing Sponsorship, technical workshop and a chromebook for the prize draw
020 3750 9796