News Tagged 'e-safety'

TechFuture Girls

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CC4GTechFuture Girls, formerly known as CC4G, has been made freely available for all girls in year six this year due to external funding.  It is a well-established resource for after school or lunchtime clubs, aimed at girls aged 10 – 14. Girls can benefit from its mix of activities, games and projects, all designed to build girls’ skills and confidence ...

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Out of Your Hands and Control

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Out of your hands and controlOut of Your Hands and Control is a current e-safety resource that is suitable for Key Stage Two children.

“An increasing number of young children are using mobile phone apps, children as young as three are accessing the internet. Most young people are carrying mobile phones for personal safety and keeping in touch. The downside is that ...

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Insafe Back to School Newsletter

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insafeWith the children returning to school after the summer holidays, it is a great time to go over the rules of e-safety. It is very important  to remind them of e-safety at the beginning of the school year, before they become involved in Internet research for their topics.

The Insafe back to school newsletter has lots of interesting information for schools. It was released for September and has lots of resources that ...

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ICT and Computing Web Links

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123 ICT IN SCHOOLThis is a set of ICT and Computing web links that have been collated together in order to help teachers when planning for the new ICT, or Computing, Curriculum. If you have any great ones to add, please send them to us for inclusion.

Thinkuknow – E-Safety: “Come in to find the latest information on the sites ...

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Play and learn: Being online

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playandlearn1Insafe has a downloadable activities book called Play and learn: Being online which encourages home or classroom discussion about many e-safety or digital literacy points.  The publication aims, in the activities offered, to cover:

  • Visual discrimination, status symbols and bullying
  • My profile data: understanding public/private. Encouraging critical thinking about choice of information you spread
  • Reflecting on/ordering activities, critical thinking on time spent on study, gaming, ...

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