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E-Safety

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.

Mrs Ridge

In Year 1 we will be learning:

Unit/Project

Statutory requirements/ key skills

Notes

E-Safety

Online Exploration

  • Children need help from their teacher or trusted adult before they go online.
  • Children explore onscreen activities that mimic real life.
  • Children talk about the differences between real and online experiences.

Access online resources, e.g.;

ICT Games

Cbeebies games

Fronter

Childnet

E-Safety

Online Communication and E-Awareness

  • Children understand that they can share information online, e.g. via email or the school learning platform (FrogOs).
  • Children understand that there is a right and wrong way to communicate and this may be different depending on who you are communicating with.

Fronter – use of Stickies as a whole class

 

SMART – Messages should always be polite.

 

E-Safety

Online Research

  • Use simple navigation skills to open a teacher selected website from a favourites link or shortcut.
  • Make choices by clicking on buttons in a webpage and navigate between pages by using the forward and back arrows.
  • Start to evaluate web sites by giving opinions about preferred or most useful sites.
  • Know how to return to the home page of a teacher directed website.
  • Know how to minimise a screen or turn off a monitor if they see something inappropriate on a website and tell a trusted adult.

 

Variety of websites, suitable for online research and exploration, e.g.

ICT Games

Cbeebies games

V & A Museum of Childhood

Fronter

 

SMART Rule – Tell someone if you see something that makes you feel uncomfortable

Communication & Collaboration

  • Know that email is a method of sending and receiving messages through the Internet.
  • Participate in the sending of class emails.
  • Understand the need to keep passwords private.

 

FauxPaw video from iKeepSafe.org

CEOP Thinkuknow resources, based on Hector’s World www.thinkuknow.co.uk/5_7/ (lessons 1 – 5)

School email system or Fronter

SMART Rule – Only send and read MESSAGES with people you know.

SMART Rule- Keep passwords and other personal information SAFE

E-Awareness

  • Know that some information (full name, address, birthday etc…) is ‘special’ as it applies to them.
  • Children know that personal information is as valuable online as offline and that it should not be shared without a parent, carer or teacher’s permission.
  • Children discuss, understand and abide by the school’s e-Safety SMART Rules.
  • For children to understand the importance of talking to a trusted adult about their online experiences.

 

CEOP Thinkuknow resources, based on Hector’s World; www.thinkuknow.co.uk/5_7/

        lesson 1 – personal information is special

        lesson 2 – not everyone is trustworthy

        lesson 3 – assessing trustworthiness

        lesson 4 – being alert to unsafe situations

        lesson 5 – check with an adult

Dongle Stay Safe quiz from CBBC Staysafe (Has a cartoon about safe surfing which stops with questions throughout. It uses most of the same SMART Rules)

 

School’s Poster ‘Being SMART Online Rules’

 

SMART Rule – Keep passwords and other special information SAFE

SMART Rules – TELL someone if you see something that makes you feel uncomfortable.


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