Developing a Primary E-Safety Curriculum

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Audience/Keystage...

Teachers, Computing Subject Leaders, E-Safety Leads

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Overview...

Online safety remains an increasing area of concern for all those working in schools but with an awareness of the issues and careful management, the benefits of using technology far outweigh the potential risks.

All schools are required to ensure pupils have access to an age-appropriate, progressive e-safety curriculum and this one-day course is designed to support you in reviewing what you already have in place and begin to build your progressive e-safety curriculum to meets the needs of your primary pupils.

Objectives...

  • To help participants to understand the benefits as well as the risks of children’s use of technology
  • To help participants audit their school’s existing e-safety curriculum against the needs of their pupils
  • Consider progression in e-safety education – including looking at the free national progression document from UKCCIS.
  • To explore a range of materials, activities and resources that can be used with pupils, appropriate to their age and ability.

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