E-Safety for Parents

If you would like more advice about how to ensure your children are safe on line please visit the CEOP link below.

CEOP Think You Know website

Cyberbullying Factsheet

parentinfo.org

Autumn 1 Autumn 2 Spring 1 Spring 2 Summer 1 Summer 2
Class 1 (Yr R) Establish class e safety rules for using the computer. Revisit e-safety rules. Revisit e-safety rules. Talk about what we would do if we see something that we’re not sure about such as a horrible, scary or rude picture. Revisit e-safety rules.
Talk about what the importance of telling if they see something they are unhappy about and why we must not just keep pressing buttons What is the internet? Who might use it? Know that t they can use the internet to play and learn, supported by a trusted adult/teacher. Children talk about the differences between real and online experiences.- link to goldilocks
Class 2 (Yr 1) Establish what we use computers/ Ipads for. Agree rules for going on the internet in class. (Discuss that their parents will have their own rules for using the internet at home) Go over our rules on going on the internet ‘Our e-safety rules’. Passwords – what are they and when do we use them eg Education City. Revisit e-safety rules.
What is the internet? What do we use it for? Who goes on the internet at home? What games /activities do we play online? http://www.everyschool.co.uk/i.c.t.-key-stage-1-internet-safety.html Passwords are private. Is there anyone we can tell them to? Revisit e-safety rules.
– Interactive e-safety book for KS 1, story of a penguin who gets a computer and what he does when things appear on the screen. Talk about what we would do if we see something that we’re not sure about such as a horrible, scary or rude picture.
Class 3 (Yr 2) ·  I can agree and follow sensible e-Safety rules. ·  I can talk about why I should go online for a short amount of time. ·  I can keep my password private. ·  I can recognise an age appropriate website. ·
·  I can tell an adult when I see something unexpected or worrying online. ·  I can tell you what personal information is. ·  I can talk about why it is important to be kind and polite online and in real life.
·  I can describe the things that happen online that I must tell an adult about. ·  I can explain why I need to keep my password and personal information private. ·  I know that not everyone is who they say they are on the Internet
Class 4 (Yr3/4) ·  I choose a secure password and screen name when I am using a website. ·  I know that anything I share online can be seen by others. ·  I choose websites, apps and games that are appropriate for my age. ·  I can talk about why I need to ask a trusted adult before downloading files and games from the Internet. I comment positively and respectfully online and through text messages.
·  I can talk about the ways I can protect myself and my friends from harm online. ·  I can help my friends make good choices about the time they spend online.
·  I use the safety features of websites as well as reporting concerns to an adult.
Class 5 (Yr4/5) ·  I can explain why I need to protect myself and my friends and the best ways to do this, including reporting concerns to an adult. ·  I can choose a secure password and screen name. ·  I can talk about the dangers of spending too long online or playing a game. ·  I can discuss the importance of choosing an age-appropriate website, app or game. ·  I can explain why I need to protect my computer or device from harm.
·  I know that anything I post online can be seen, used and may affect others. ·  I protect my password and other personal information. ·  I can explain the importance of communicating kindly and respectfully. ·
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Class 6 (Yr5/6) ·  I am aware of the dangers of the internet and that the content displayed is appropriate for different ages. ·  I can show a great awareness of the dangers young adults are exposed to over the internet by handing out personal information. ·  I can explore all of the positive uses of the internet. ·  I show an awareness of how all technology is monitored and devices need to be used responsibly. ·  I am able to make sensible suggestions about how I will behave using social media or phones according to age appropriate guidelines.
·  I am aware of the different social media sites and can explain why they have age restrictions. ·  I understand different forms of cyber bullying and know what to do if this happened to me.

E-Safety Policy for Worcestershire Schools September 2015