eSafety and Security

for Schools

For educators, students’ digital safety and privacy is critical. That’s why EdAlive Online Learning websites have been built with eSafety and privacy paramount.

All of the EdAlive Online Learning websites have been assessed and have successfully qualified to be part of the Safer Technologies 4 Schools (ST4S) Product Badge Program so teachers can be confident that students’ data is safe and secure.

for Families

Parents must protect their families in the digital world. That’s why EdAlive has engineered its Online Learning websites with children’s privacy and security in mind. 

All of the EdAlive Online Learning websites have passed the kidSafe assessment for:

To learn more go to www.kidsafeseal.com.

Peace of mind

From their inception, all of the EdAlive Online Learning websites have been designed with privacy, security and eSafety in mind. This rock-solid design and our long heritage as publishers of eLearning solutions combine to give parents and teachers peace of mind.

Whether you are using a home or school subscription to an EdAlive Online Learning website you can be confident that the data relating to the children in your care is private, safe and secure.

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Two-Factor Authentication

Parents and teachers can elect to turn on our Two-Factor Authentication which adds an extra layer of protection to accounts so that even if a password were to become compromised your mobile phone would still be needed to authorise access to your teacher or parent account.

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Privacy through administrator-level control

Each school account can have one or more administrators whose role it is to perform bulk management tasks for the school and to ensure the privacy of the students by limiting each teacher’s access to only the classes and students they are responsible for.

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Working With Children and Police Checks

All EdAlive staff have their Australian state’s Working With Children Check and National Police Check.

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Best practice internal standards and controls

EdAlive operations conform to best practice security and privacy principles based on Australian Signals Directorate’s ACSC (Australian Cyber Security Centre) guidelines to ensure that student and teacher data is safe and secure.

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Cyberbully-free environment

Children are unable to communicate with each other or with adults via any of the EdAlive websites, rendering it impossible for inappropriate communications to occur.

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No third party ads or asking for money from students

No Google ads, no third-party advertising banners, no ability for outside parties to display material on a child’s screen, no in-app purchases targeting students.

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Flexible, minimal requirements for student information

Limits the display of personal information to protect a child's identity.

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Parent information not required

Accounts created by school-based subscriptions do not require or collect any information regarding the parents of students.

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No access to student data by third parties

Student data cannot be viewed by third parties including other teachers within the school unless these teachers are directly assigned to the class or have administrator status.

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Data storage and transfer

All data is stored in Sydney, Australia by Amazon AWS which is  Information Security Manual (ISM) Compliant  as assessed by  the InfoSec Registered Assessors Program (IRAP).

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Privacy Policy

A robust  privacy policy  sets out our approach to this vital area.