Primary School Resources
New : Digital Citizenship Lessons
That’s Private! (to be completed)
Digital Trails (Digital Footprint)
This is Me (to be completed)
Private and Personal Information
Online Tracks (Digital Footprint)
There is a whole host of Internet Safety resources, that are also fun for students. These can be information websites, games or even YouTube videos. Here is a list of my favourites.
Common Sense Education
Common Sense Education has to be one of my favourite E-Safety websites. There are tons of resources for all age groups, including fun videos and games.
Common Sense Digital Citizenship
Common Sense Digital Passport contains 6 games relating to E-Safety.
E-safety Video of the Week
I’ve been playing an E-safety video as the students enter the room at the beginning of my lessons.
It gives the students a chance to smile, head bop or even dance whilst hearing a catchy song that relates to e-safety.
Information for Parents
Insuring the safety of children is at the heart of every parent and teacher; it is vital to understand that many of the dangers they face can start on the Internet.
I am putting together a list of resources and activities that will help to raise awareness of the dangers of online abuse. It is important that we are discussing with our parent.
Parental Control for Apps – Android
Parental Control for Apps – Apple / iPhone
E-Safety : What Can Parents Do?