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We would like to give every JCG student and member of staff the opportunity to use up to date technology to support learning at the College. We believe that technology and the Internet provide many opportunities for learning, communication, creativity and freedom of expression. However, with advances in technology comes responsibility and a need for maturity. It is essential that all students respect the privacy of others and protect their own online reputation and are aware that inappropriate use of technology can cause distress and harm to others, and lead to anti-social behaviour.
This is why we would like you to read and agree to the following Acceptable Use Agreement; to protect and limit the likelihood of harmful incidents to you and others, to help you make informed decisions and to take responsibility for your online ‘life’.
When using a mobile device in school we would encourage staff and students to connect to the College filtered wireless network to access the Internet rather than opting for the unfiltered and costly 3G/4G networks. Using the College network will help us protect you from inappropriate and potentially distressing content. Please, help us to keep you safe online by registering your device for use on the College wireless network. To register a device you will need to take your device to the AVA office.
When using the school network, personal mobile technology in school and Office365 I agree to the following AUA:
1Form tutor, subject teacher, the Designated Safeguarding Lead (Mrs Silvestri-Fox), Principal (Mr Howarth).
2designated staff are the members of the College SLT: Mr Milner (Designated Safeguarding Lead), Mr Howarth, Mrs Silvestri-Fox (Deputy DSL), Mr Marett (Deputy DSL), Miss Rollo, Miss Lea, Mr Louw
Withdrawal of consent
Contravening the terms of this agreement may result in withdrawal of consent to use the school network and, in extreme cases, disciplinary action and/or the involvement of third-party agencies.