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The Learning Exchange is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to helping schools achieve their school improvement priorities and to providing valued professional development opportunities for teachers and school leaders.

Our team is made up of experienced education professionals, committed to creating positive outcomes for children through outstanding leadership and teaching practice. We work with a broad range of primary, secondary and special schools in North Somerset and beyond.

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West of England ICT Conference 2017 – Online Safety Special – Monday 12 June – Book your place now!

We are delighted to announce a special focus to the West of England annual conference this year. We know online safety is an area of concern for schools following the changes made to the DfE Keeping Children Safe in Education document and the Ofsted emphasis on safeguarding. Working with David Wright from Safer Internet Centre we have arranged an online safety conference. This will take place on Monday 12 June at BAWA, Bristol. We are delighted to have the following high profile, national keynote speakers booked to speak: Ken Corish – Safer Internet Centre John Nixon – Ofsted Micha ...

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Childnet – Crossing the Line: PSHE Toolkit

Childnet have released their practical online safety PSHE toolkit with films and lesson plans to explore online issues with pupils aged 11-14 years old. A PSHE Association Quality-Assured resource. This toolkit is comprised of four films and accompanying lesson plans which explore the idea of ‘Crossing the line’. Young people like to push boundaries, and at times they might take a joke too far or engage in risky behaviour online. From behind a screen, they can’t always predict the consequences of their actions. Through discussion and activities, this toolkit challenges young ...

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The Learning Exchange is committed to building better outcomes for children through school improvement and professional development.

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