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E-Safety

Primary ICT E-Safety Scheme of Work

The delivery of a robust E-safety curriculum is essential in ensuring our pupils are fully prepared for today’s technological challenges. This scheme draws upon E-Safety guidance that has been produced for schools from Becta (Signposts to Safety – Teaching e-safety at Key Stages 1 and 2)

Many of the resources used are available from the internet, however, those from CEOP ThinkUknow (Hectors World, Lee & Kim) have been downloaded onto the Teaching Resources Area of the DLG.

There are 3 distinct areas to be covered:

  1. E-Awareness – becoming aware of the online world
  2. Online Research – developing the skills needed for safe online usage
  3. Communication and Collaboration – develop an awareness of on-line communication

There are plans for each year group; Teachers with mixed age groups should choose the most appropriate unit for their class.

All classes should be taught one area per term:

  • E-Awareness- Autumn Term
  • Online Research – Spring term
  • Communication and Collaboration – Summer Term