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E-Safety

Pupils who enrol with Academy21 find that the internet becomes a part of their everyday lives. And while it is undoubtedly a great resource for every single one of them, it also has risks associated with it. Pupils may be exposed to a number of dangers if they are unaware of these risks, including:

E-Safety Resources

We recommend their nationally-acclaimed ThinkUKnow scheme, which highlights the importance of online safety and promotes use of the “Report Abuse” button to report illegal or inappropriate behaviour encountered online.

Visit the ThinkUKnow website

The four largest ISPs have teamed up to launch Internet Matters. BT, Sky, TalkTalk and Virgin Media have taken advice from many industry experts including the NSPCC, Childnet and CEOP's Thinkuknow team to create the site which has been designed to offer E-Safety advice to parents and carers.

Visit Internet Matters
Data Protection

Data Protection

Keeping data secure online is not only central to our service, it’s also a legal requirement. Find out more about the data we collect and how we protect it.

Learn more about data protection
Internet Security

Internet Security

Being safe online is a priority at Academy 21, and we take it very seriously. We have some advice and links to help you stay safe while using the Internet.

Read more about Internet security
E-Safety

Child Protection

Protecting children is key to any online service and Academy21 is no different. We have a robust policy in place for staff, students, mentors and parents.

Read about our Safeguarding Policy