Day 1: 11th January 2021 | 1pm-3pm

Time Session
1.00pm

OVERVIEW
What are the roles of governments, tech companies, professionals, parents and carers in tackling online safety issues in a rapidly evolving, global environment?

Baroness Beeban Kidron OBE, Founder and Chair, 5Rights Foundation

1.50pm

Virtual exhibition and networking break

2.10pm

Digital safety in the 2020s…and beyond

Jonathan Taylor, Online Safety Consultant, Be Safe Online

3.00pm

Close of Day 1


Day 2: 12th January 2021 | 1pm-3pm

Time Sessions
1.00pm

GAMBLING
Gambling and gaming: how to protect young people

Dr Henrietta Bowden-Jones OBE, Director, National Centre for Behavioural Addictions, UK 

1.35pm

Virtual exhibition and networking break

1.55pm

ONLINE GROOMING
Why are some children more susceptible to CSE, radicalisation and extremism and what prevents them from speaking out?

  • Wealth, status, popularity, education… are any of these akin to a vaccination against being groomed online?
  • Are live streaming platforms fuelling a rise in CSE and radicalisation?
  • How to have honest, open and frank conversations about online risk that are relevant and engaging for our learners

Traci Good, Online Safety Consultant, plus young people from the Digital Leaders programme

2.30pm

SEXTING
Responding to incidents of sexting and safeguarding young people

Charlotte Aynsley, Director, E-safety Training and Consultancy

3.00pm

Close of Day 2

Day 3: 13th January 2021 | 1pm-3pm

Time Sessions
1.00pm

MENTAL HEALTH
Young people’s mental health: building digital resilience and good self-care

Dr Richard Graham, Nightingale Hospital, Tavistock & Portman NHS Foundation Trust, and Dr Bernadka Dubicka, Chair, Child and Adolescent Faculty, Royal College of Psychiatrists 

1.35pm

Virtual exhibition and networking break

1.55pm

EDUCATION
Teaching online safety

Alan Mackenzie, E-Safety Consultant 

2.30pm

SEND
Flexing online safety learning to support special educational needs

Childnet

3.00pm

Close of Day 3

Day 4: 14th January 2021 | 1pm-3pm

Time Sessions
1.00pm

PARENTS & CARERS
Working with parents and carers

Sophie Linnington, CEO, Parentzone

1.35pm

Virtual exhibition and networking break

1.55pm

SUPPORTING PROFESSIONALS
Safeguarding young people, and supporting professionals and carers working with vulnerable children and young people

Claudia Megele, Principal social worker at Hertfordshire County Council, and national chair of the Principal Children and Families Social Worker (PCFSW) Network & Dr Peter Buzzi, research and project lead, PCFSW

2.30pm

VULNERABLE YOUNG PEOPLE 
Enabling vulnerable young people to be safe online

Adrienne Katz, Director, Youthworks 

3.00pm

Close of Day 4