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Ukie’s biggest survey in education revealed at annual launch - 13 Sep

Author: Laura.Martin

On 13 September we’ll be kickstarting the new academic year with another jam-packed annual launch at Ukie HQ. We're celebrating Digital Schoolhouse powered by PlayStation landing in more locations across the UK, with our network of Schoolhouses and community of Lead Teachers continuing to expand.

You can register here.

With the government’s Internet Safety Strategy white paper due to be published this Autumn, we thought there's no better time than the present, to theme our launch on the highly contested topic that is e-safety.

To start, we’ll be diving into our panel discussion chaired by Keza MacDonald, games editor, The Guardian. The panel will include renowned industry names from video games, academia and online safety, including: SEGA Europe, Ask About Games, Childnet International, VSC Ratings Board and Langley Grammar School. They’ll be discussing if our tech industry do more to facilitate a safer online experience for the end user, followed by our super pupil panel who will tackle the very same question.

The pupil panel will compose of 3 Schoolhouses, namely Gildredge House School, Prendergast Ladywell School and St John Fisher Catholic Voluntary Academy. Pupils will be offering totally frank insights (and brilliant anecdotes - if last year’s panel is anything to go by!) into their experience of online safety.

Following the panels, we'll be revealing findings from Ukie’s biggest ever survey undertaken in Education, which looks at perceptions of esafety in education and at home from over 2000 respondents.

Going out with a bang, and rounding off our e-safety agenda, the team (plus special guest!) will be announcing some very exciting news for the programming commencing 2018…

Register here to attend.

For more information please get in touch with laura@ukie.org.uk.

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