E-safety Curriculum @ Hugglescote Primary School
Keeping children safe online is very important to everyone at Hugglescote Primary School. We have introduced a new E-safety Scheme of work from Rising Stars which covers key aspects of E-safety. These lessons are taught progressively across the school, so each year your child will build on their E-safety knowledge and be reminded of previous learning.
Children are taught from EYFS how to report something online they are not happy with or if they are experiencing Cyberbullying (being bullied online).
Department for Education (Dfe) Online Safety Support for Parents and Carers
The DfE have released guidance on how parents and carers can support children to stay safe online and where to receive support and advise during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Department for Education (Dfe) Advice to parents about Cyberbullying
Useful websites for Parents and Carers
Explanation to parents on how to moderate content on YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1YvIfw7obwE&feature=youtu.be
Useful websites for children
Useful website about gaming
PlayStation safety: https://www.playstation.com/en-gb/support/account/privacy-settings-psn/
Useful website about smartphone safety
Every year in school we take part in Safer Internet Day. This year it was on Tuesday 9th February and the theme was: An Internet we can trust.
Videos from this year’s Safer Internet Day
Children’s Online Safety Test