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Sneinton St Stephen's CofE Primary School

E-safety

The e-safety curriculum at Sneinton C of E

 

At Sneinton C of E, e-safety is at the core of our digital curriculum. We are passionate about supporting our children to become digital content creators and rather than digital consumers, and part of this mission is  ensuring that our children are responsible digital citizens. As part of our computing and PSHE curriculum, we regularly teach e-safety lessons, which build upon a need to balance the advantages of using digital technology and our children’s awareness of the risks of hardware, apps and platforms. Through our rich digital curriculum, we support our learners in understanding and actively applying key strategies to stay safe whilst using digital technology, as well as reinforcing essential strategies in getting support if needed. This table shows the digital curriculum progression for the e-safety strand:

 

 

EYFS

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

E-safety

Can understand that you use the internet for many different reasons and we always need an adult with us when using digital technology.

Can understand what private information is.

Can understand who can help them with technology

Can understand that technology can help them and needs to be looked after respectfully.

Can understand different ways of keeping information private.

Can understand where to go for help with technology using contacts (people they know) and technology.

Can understand their responsibility to be safe online.

Can understand respectful, acceptable/unacceptable behaviour with technology.

Can understand where to report concerns with technology (content & contact) within apps and programmes they are using.

Can understand respectful, acceptable/unacceptable behaviour with technology

 

Can understand various reporting sites/ helplines.

Can access different ways of receiving help (linked to responsibility)

Can understand that not everyone uses technology safely.

Can understand the importance and risks associated with acceptable /unacceptable behaviour 

Can understand various reporting sites/ helplines.

Can access different ways of receiving help (linked to responsibility)

Can understand the importance and risks associated with acceptable /unacceptable behaviour 

 

 

If you have a concern regarding internet, device or digital safety, please do contact Miss Wilby (Digital Lead) or Miss Griffiths (Senior Designated Safeguarding Lead).

Further information about e-safety at Sneinton C of E can be found in our e-safety policy.

If you would like support with e-safety at home, parental controls and advice about app safety, we would recommend the following sites:

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