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 E-Safety Curriculum

The National Curriculum states that children should:

  • be discerning in evaluating digital content
  • use technology safely, respectfully and responsibly; recognise acceptable/unacceptable behaviour; identify a range of ways to report concerns about content and contact

We achieve this at Hayes by learning about a different area of E-safety each half term.

Autumn 1 - Developing online safety guidelines

Autumn 2 - Social and emotional wellbeing and resilience

Spring 1 - Responsible internet use

Spring 2 - Keeping information safe

Summer 1 - Digital Citizenship

Summer 2 - Playing games and having fun

 E-Safety acrostic poem

Everyone must keep personal information private

Sharing online….  Would you share it with your granny?

Accept friend requests from only your real friends

Feelings matter – be bright, light and polite

Everything that goes online stays online forever

Tell an adult if you have concerns

You can make a difference to the online environment!

Written by the Digital Leaders!

 Essential websites   - tips and tricks to stay safe online   - report concerns to a child protection advisor      - tips, games and internet safety information                     - book, film & game reviews for parents     - a newsround special (Caught in the Web)    - E-safety advice for a range of age groups     - information on digital parenting