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onlinemedialaw ONLINE AND SOCIAL MEDIA LAW AND ETHICS

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In June 2013, the Police and Crime Commissioner’s Office for Surrey invested in a project called ‘Online and Social Media Law and Ethics’. The training I had designed about the legal and ethical considerations of digital interaction was rolled out across the county, free of charge, to more than 40 state-funded Secondary schools (organised in collaboration with local commercial radio station 96.4 Eagle Radio.)

Over the course of a year, I delivered assemblies and interactive workshops to more than 9,000 students, hundreds of education staff and dozens of parents, including students with Special Educational Needs. During that process I also gathered qualitative and quantitative data, which was used to form the basis of a final report for the PCC’s office.

In June 2014, I submitted a proposal to undertake academic research at City University’s Centre for Law, Justice and Journalism (CLJJ) on this same topic. I was accepted on a research studentship and joined in October 2014. I plan to gather my research during workshops at Secondary schools throughout the academic year 2015-16 (and possibly beyond if required).

Below is a list of schools I completed in Surrey from June 2013-2014. This project is continuing to be delivered in Surrey secondary schools in addition to my research at City, thanks for further investment from the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Surrey.

SCHOOLS COMPLETED 2013-14:

Below is a list of the Secondary schools that received ‘Online and Social Media Law and Ethics’ training sessions from me in 2013-14.

July 2013

  • 2nd –  Broadwater School in Godalming

September 2013

  • 16th – The Park School in Woking
  • 18th – Gosden House School in Guildford
  • 23rd – Ash Manor School in Ash
  • 25th – West Hill School in Leatherhead
  • 30th – George Abbot School in Burpham

October 2013

  • 2nd – Carwarden House School in Camberley
  • 21st – All Hallow’s Catholic School in Farnham
  • 23rd – St Bede’s School in Redhill

November 2013

  • 4th – Rosebery School in Epsom
  • 11th – Clifton Hill School in Caterham
  • 12th – Walton Leigh School in Walton on Thames
  • 13th – Wishmore Cross Academy in Chobham
  • 18th – Limpsfield Grange School in Oxted
  • 18th – Thomas Knyvett College in Ashford
  • 19th – Thamesmead School in Shepperton
  • 20th – Ridgeway Community School in Farnham
  • 27th – Howard of Effingham School in Leatherhead

December 2013

  • 2nd – Therfield School in Leatherhead
  • 3rd – St. Nicholas School in Redhill
  • 4th – Woodfield School in Redhill
  • 11th – Bishop David Brown School in Woking

January 2014

  • 7th – Rodborough Technology College in Milford
  • 15th – Fullbrook School in Addlestone
  • 17th – Hinchley Wood School in Esher

February 2014

  • 10th – Pond Meadow School in Guildford
  • 11th – Glebelands School in Cranleigh
  • 24th – The Abbey School in Farnham
  • 26th – The Magna Carta School in Staines

March 2014

  • 10th – Reigate School in Reigate
  • 13th – Gordon’s School in Woking
  • 18th – The Beacon School in Banstead
  • 19th – Farnham Heath End School in Farnham
  • 21st – Ashcombe School in Dorking

April 2014

  • 1st – Sunnydown School in Caterham
  • 22nd – St Peter’s Catholic School in Guildford
  • 23rd – Woolmer Hill School in Haslemere
  • 25th – Royal Alexandra and Albert School, Reigate

May 2014

  • 23rd – Weydon School, Farnham

June 2014

  • 3rd – Freemantles School, Woking
  • 6th – Kings International College, Camberley
  • 9th – Guildford County School, Guildford
  • 10th – Kings College Guildford, Guildford

July 2014

  • 2nd – Linden Bridge School, Worcester Park
  • 3rd – Heathside School, Weybridge
  • 15th – Collingwood College, Camberley

See the heading ‘Testimonials’ for feedback from school staff on the sessions.

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