Online Safety 

Keeping pupils safe is a priority of our school. Our Safeguarding page gives you further information about the actions we take to keep our school a safe place for our children. We have developed our Online Safety curriculum offer to provide a comprehensive and developmental series of lessons using Project Evolve toolkit and ourJigsaw PSHCE curriculum.

 

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

 

Autumn 1

Online Safety – Self Image and Identity/Online Bullying

Online safety – Copyright and Ownership

Online Safety- Self-image and Identity

Online Safety-

Self- Image and Identity

Online Safety – Copyright and Ownership

 Online Safety – Privacy and secutity

 

Autumn 2

Online Safety – Online Relationships

Online safety – Online Bullying

Online Safety- Online Relationships

Online Safety- Online Relationship and Reputation

 Online Safety – Self-image and identity/Online Reputation

Online Safety – Self-image and identity

 

Spring 1

Online Safety – Online Reputation

Safer Internet Day – February

Online safety – Online Relationships

Safer Internet Day- February

Online Safety- Online Reputation

Safer Internet Day- February

Online Safety- Online Bullying

Safer Internet Day- February

Online Safety – Online Relationships

Safer Internet Day- February

 Online Safety – Managing Online Information

Safer Internet Day- February

 

Spring 2

Online Safety – Manage Information Online

Online safety – Managing Information Online

Online Safety- Manage Information Online

Online Safet-: Manage Online Information

Online Safety – Online Bullying

 

Online Safety – Copyright and Ownership

 

Summer 1

Online Safety – Privacy & Security

 

Online safety – Online Reputation

 

Online Safety – Privacy and Security

 

Online Safety -  Health Wellbeing and Lifestyle

 

Online Safety – Managing Online Information

 Online Safety – Online Relationships 

 

Summer 2

Online Safety – Copyright and Ownership

Stop Cyberbullying day (3rd Friday in June)

Online safety – Privacy and Security

 Stop Cyberbullying day (3rd Friday in June)

Online Safety – Copyright and Ownership

Stop Cyberbullying day (3rd Friday in June)

Online Safety- Privacy and Security

Stop Cyberbullying day (3rd Friday in June)

Online Safety – Privacy and Security

Stop Cyberbullying day (3rd Friday in June)

Online Safety – Online Bullying

Stop Cyberbullying day (3rd Friday in June)

 

There are a variety of extra resources available on the internet to help support you in this, the first one I want to point you towards is the government website and their guidance which can be found at https://www.gov.uk/guidance/covid-19-staying-safe-online. Here there are useful tips on how to remain safe online and also advice for parents and carers if there were any concerns.

Another website I would like to point you towards is the ThinkuKnow website, https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/parents/. Here once again, there are lots of useful information, help and guidance for parents if they have any online safety issues. There are also some very useful, short activities that have been created for home learning on this website which you will the documents on the Computing page under learning.

Internet Matters is another great website with guides on keeping children safe online during this time as well as useful links if you need support or have any concerns or worries about children being online. At https://www.internetmatters.org/ you can also find support in setting up parental controls on devices and advice relating to different age groups.

https://www.bbc.com/ownit is very child friendly and has lots of helpful videos with tips, info and. These videos are quick and simple and can support you and your families in understanding some of the main issues around keeping ourselves safe online..

https://beinternetlegends.withgoogle.com/en_uk/parents has a downloadable document that has some creative ideas to learn and understand online safety together as a family. These will allow for open discussion and reinforce how we can be safe online.

These are not the only resources out there, these are just some examples where you can go to find resources, advice, help and support should you need it. Remember, the Internet and the World Wide Web are wonderful inventions and make our lives a lot easier but we need to remember to be safe and take care of our online identities.

Please click on the link below to have a look at the NSPCC on-line safety booklet 

NSPCC Online Safety Booklet

 

Be Smart and Stay Safe!

Computers and the internet are fun to use.  But do you know how to stay safe on your computer?  Please click the links to learn more.