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countering radicalisation in schools

countering radicalisation in schools

22nd June 2015

Many factors contribute to a pupil's susceptibility to radicalisation, but what exactly should schools be looking out for asks Sally-Ann Griffiths

schools monitoring pupils' web use with 'anti-radicalisation software'

schools monitoring pupils' web use with 'anti-radicalisation software'

11th June 2015

In response to the new Counter-Terrorism and Security Act, enforced on the 1st July 2015, Impero has developed a new anti-terrorism, extremism and radicalisation keyword library to accompany Impero's existing keyword libraries, already designed to prevent cyberbullying, racism, homophobia, self-harm, eating disorders, sexting, grooming and others.

software to spot extremism among pupils

software to spot extremism among pupils

4th June 2015

Impero has worked in conjunction with the Quilliam foundation, the world’s first counter-extremism think tank, to develop a new Anti-Terrorism, Extremism and Radicalisation keyword library.

UK vs US: the battle of the mobile device

UK vs US: the battle of the mobile device

3rd March 2015

It wasn’t so long ago that computing in schools was restricted to a weekly one-hour ICT lesson. Pupils huddled two-to-a-PC, half-learned how to do a mail-merge, and – besides the occasional lunchtime game of Tetris – that was that.

how energy efficient are you?

how energy efficient are you?

5th December 2014

Managing a school environment is no easy task. Between ensuring students and staff are happy and engaged, managing discipline and delivering results, energy efficiency doesn’t always come top of the list of priorities, but it should.

speaking the cyber bully's language

speaking the cyber bully's language

5th December 2014

Jonathan Valentine, CEO of Impero Software, shares how understanding terms used online is crucial to keeping youngsters safe   Young people today have never known a world without the internet, and it’s no surprise that many have far more advanced digital skills than the rest of us. But with more sophisticated devices with which to