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Cyber Safety Learning Festival

Cyber Security & eSafety Workshops

Tablet Academy have teamed up with Business Direct (BT’s IT solutions reseller) and Microsoft to offer schools, colleges and other organisations the opportunity to host, or take part in, a free Cyber Safety Learning Festival. These festivals offer teachers and pupils (Years 5, 6 ,7 and 8) the opportunity to learn about Cyber Security and eSafety whilst experiencing the latest technology and Office 365 tools from Microsoft and Windows 10.
Thanks to the generous support of BT and Microsoft we are able to offer these festivals for FREE to schools wishing to either host or attend!

Find out when and where these festivals are taking place

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What does it involve?

The Festival is an opportunity for pupils and teachers to learn about Cyber Security and eSafety whilst experiencing how the latest Windows 10 solutions from Microsoft can help enhance the teaching and learning in the classroom.

The Festival moves at a fast pace and is hands-on from start to finish covering a range of activities designed by Tablet Academy qualified teachers. The activities in most cases are easy to replicate back in school* and are suitable for all pupils including gifted and talented and those from disengaged groups.

*may require investment in equipment.

How does it work?

An Cyber Safety Learning Festival is hosted for a day by a school or other organisation who agree to extend invitations to a number of local schools.

AM and PM Workshops

The day is split into two workshops, morning and afternoon, each lasting approximately 2.5 hours and covering the same content (approx. 9:30 - 12:00 and 12:45 - 15:00).

Pupils and Staff together

Up to 30 pupils from years 5, 6, 7 and 8 take part in each session (60 total) accompanied by staff from the host school and visiting schools.

Led by Experienced Teachers

The workshops are led by qualified teachers from the Tablet Academy who will guide staff and students through the activity allowing pupils to learn and teachers to observe and learn as well.
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Workshop Content (may vary)

Communication via Teams

Students will need to work together in virtual Teams to solve the Cyber Crime.

Collaboration in OneNote

Working together in real-time through OneNote students will need to work both independently and as a team to complete their campaign.

Creativity in Paint 3D

Who wouldn't want to dabble with Paint 3D to add a touch of creativity.

Raising Awareness with SWAY

Students will learn how to spread the word online using Microsoft SWAY.

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BT Business Direct ____________________________

As an academic organisation, when you choose Business Direct (BT’s IT solutions reseller), you choose a supplier that really understands your school's requirements. Their dedicated team of education-focused account managers can advise you on the ideal products, services and solutions to meet the needs of your school, college or university.

When you choose Business Direct, you choose a supplier that really understands your needs and those of your students. We can advise on the ideal products, services and solutions to meet the needs of your learning environment. We work closely with our colleagues across BT to give you a complete set of tools for student success. Read more below or ask us for details.

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Duke of York Inspiring Digital Entrepreneur Award

Pupils who attend the workshops will also be awarded a digital badge linked to the Duke of York iDEA scheme. This is a new programme still in its infancy which is comparable to the Duke of Edinburgh Award. The difference being the iDEA programme is based on digital skills.The badge awarded to pupils for attending the event contributes points towards achieving their Bronze award which they can do independently online.

Schools attending will receive information around special offers related to the technology used during the event.

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