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Redstor E-Safety Service for Schools

Tue, 11/10/2011 - 06:48
In light of today's announcement that four leading web providers are to offer customers the option to block adult content at the point of subscription, it has highlighted even further the importance of having an e-safety service for schools.With Redstor's existing e-safety service, schools don't have to worry about this issue.Working in partnership with Securus and the Lucy Faithful Foundation (www.lucyfaithfull.org – a child protection charity), our e-safety service combines the best e-safety training and advice for school staff with the technical confidence offered by the leading proactive computer monitoring software, Securus (going further than just content-filtering and web-blocking).Redstor E-Safety is designed to protect and safeguard children and staff within schools by monitoring school computers and alerting staff when a pupil puts themselves or others at risk. It is also designed to improve the e-safety outcomes and behaviour of pupils, whilst encouraging children to act more responsibly creating a better environment for learning. Utilising the service can also help schools attain a higher Ofsted standard based upon "Safeguarding Children", whilst also supporting a schools' legal duty of care.For more information, please visit http://www.redstor.com/esafety.html or give us a call on 0118 951 5200.  

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