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 It is really important that you obey the online code.  I have included some websites for you to look at and take note from (blue underlined sites below can be accessed by copying the link and pasting this into google/web address bar).

If you are ever worried or unsure about anything online, on a mobile phone or your computer,  speak to your parents or someone in school.  We can all help you.

Mr Butterfield

In Year 3 we will learn:

Unit/Project

Statutory requirements/ key skills

Notes

E-Safety

Online Research

  • Use child-friendly search engines independently to find information through key words.
  • Understand that the Internet contains fact, fiction and opinions and begin to distinguish between them. 

 

Children’s search engines;

www.kidsclick.org

http://kids.yahoo.com/ 

www.askforkids.com

 

Tomato Spider spoof website

 

Inaccurate information online; Captain Kara and Winston’s SMART Adventure (KnowITall), chapter 2, “What is Reliable?”

 

SMART Rule - RELIABLE

 

Communication & Collaboration

  • Use a range of online communication tools, such as email, forums and polls. 
  • Know how to deal with unpleasant forms of electronic communication (save the message and speak to a trusted adult).
  • Be able to discern when an email should or should not be opened.

 

Unsolicited emails and attachments; Captain Kara and Winston’s SMART Adventure (KnowITall), chapter 1, “What should you keep Accept?”

 

SMART Rule – Messages, Tell, Accepting (refer to the school’s SMART Rules.

E-Awareness

  • Develop awareness of relevant e-Safety issues, such as cyber bullying.
  • Children understand and abide by the school’s ‘Being SMART Online’ Rules and know that it contains rules that exist in order to keep children safe online.
  • Understand what personal information should be kept private.
  • Know that passwords keep information secure and that they should be kept private. 

Use the e-SAFE Fronter page

 

KS1 and 2 Safer Internet Day Assembly video http://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/teachers/

 

Dongle Stay Safe quiz http://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/help/web/staysafe

Dongle’s factsheet

http://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/help/web/factsheet.html

Personal information; Inaccurate information online; Captain Kara and Winston’s SMART Adventure (KnowITall), chapter 3, “What should you keep Safe?”

 

Schools ‘Being SMART Online’ poster.

 

SMART Rules – Safe,

 


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