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The end of the academic year is nigh, and with it often comes the question of when is it appropriate to accept pupils or former pupils or even their parents as friends on social media platforms?
Managing social media in any professional context can be a nightmare, never mind when safeguarding and young people are involved. A risqué photo or unprofessional comment on social media channels like Facebook or Twitter could put your career in education at risk.
During the six weeks’ holiday, there is the temptation to let out guard down. You’re away from school so does it matter if you post a picture of yourself drinking shots off a bar in Magaluf or tell the world that you’ve had a nightmare class and don’t like your boss? It does matter, so beware! One inappropriate post on social media could be the end of your career in education.
If you work in a school or educational environment involving young people, then we’ve put together our top tips to help you to manage your online presence during the summer break and beyond.
If you’re looking for supply teaching, cover supervisor or teaching assistant roles, PK Education is looking for the best candidates to work in some fantastic schools with great pupils now. Contact your local PK office to find out more https://www.pkeducation.co.uk/contact-us/
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