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LGfL 2015 Pupil E-Safety Survey
Over 12,500 respondents so far!
Help make the richest source of e-safety data in the UK...
 
LGfL is pleased to announce that following the success of the 2013 survey, which was completed by over 18,000 respondents, creating one of the richest stores of e-safety data, a new e-safety pupil survey for 2015 has gone live to gauge the attitudes and behaviours of the capital's young people. Over 12,500  students have already taken part.
 
"It was good to talk through each question with the class.
It took a whole lesson, but we had a good discussion about e-safety.
Was interesting to see how much unsupervised access some of them to the Internet!" 
~ a teacher at Forest Academy in Croydon ~
 
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All LGfL-connected schools are encouraged to participate, in order to generate the most accurate and useful data.
 
The survey launch was timed coincide with events surrounding Safer Internet Day, but entries can still be made at any time until the survey closes on Friday March 13

There are many reasons for schools to take part: alongside contributing to a significant statistical piece of educational research, schools can use their own data to take a snapshot of pupils current e-health. As a senior leader at an LGfL school commented after students completed the survey on Safer Internet Day:

"We will analyse the results to ensure the e-safety element of the Computing curriculum is tailored to the needs of our pupils, and inform parents how pupils are currently using technology"
 
To find out more, click here; to complete the survey now, click here



 

​The LGfL Trust is a consortium of the 33 London local authorities and 2,500 schools working together to provide NEN_P_4CP new 2011x50.jpgextensive and cost effective ICT services. By using a LGfL school broadband connection, schools have access to a wide range of services and premium primary and secondary teaching and learning resources.
 
 

 

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