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Responsible Gaming and Digital Citizenship Assembly or Lesson (KS2 Internet Safety & E-Safety)

Responsible Gaming and Digital Citizenship Assembly or Lesson (KS2 Internet Safety & E-Safety)

This is an E-safety assembly or lesson, which focuses on responsible online gaming and the importance of good digital citizenship. Children can discuss their online gaming habits and behaviour, reflect on how this connects with being a good digital citizen and solve problems linked to wider issues of internet safety. This resource is most suitable for upper Key Stage 2 and is fully resourced with planning, an 11 slide teaching PowerPoint and an independent task. Includes: *11 slide teaching PowerPoint *Full lesson planning, linked to UK computing curriculum *Template for supporting independent task (poster design) This resource supports the following objectives from the UK computer science curriculum: KS1: 'Use technology safely and respectfully, keeping personal information private; identify where to go for help and support when they have concerns about content or contact on the internet or other online technologies.' KS2: 'Use technology safely, respectfully and responsibly; recognise acceptable/unacceptable behaviour; identify a range of ways to report concerns about content and contact.' Please see the Goldtopfox shop for a full range of useful teaching resources: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/goldtopfox
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Parents Internet Safety Newsletter & Pupil Contract (Primary E-Safety)

Parents Internet Safety Newsletter & Pupil Contract (Primary E-Safety)

These resources are ideal for school E-safety Officers, computer science co-ordinators or primary class teachers, as they help to establish some basic e-safety guidelines and to create communication between home and school. 1. The newsletter is designed to be sent to parents of primary (KS1 & KS2) children, laying out advice for parents and explaining what the school aims to achieve in the area of online security. It has been written generically enough to be used by any school, but an editable Word version is also included. 2. The pupil contract sets out an agreement of important internet safety rules and expectations to be followed in school. It also has space for a signature from the child and from the parents. Again, this has been written in a broad manner to suit most primary schools, but an editable Word version is also included. Please see the Goldtopfox shop for plenty more e-safety resources: https://www.tes.com/resources/search/?authorId=20240864&q=internet%20safety&shop=goldtopfox
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KS1 Research Bundle

KS1 Research Bundle

Get your KS1 children to be Internet wizards with this double-resource, totaling 6 lessons worth of research skills. Over 50% off the original prices.
martinjgoulden
Year 5 (KS2) -Investigating Network (& Internet Safety) Computing Lesson Plan & PowerPoint Resources

Year 5 (KS2) -Investigating Network (& Internet Safety) Computing Lesson Plan & PowerPoint Resources

A complete lesson plan designed for Year 5, Key Stage 2. The lesson is part of the Investigating Networks lessons. The lesson has a 5 minutes on Internet Safety (a current Ofsted focus), then a 15-20 minute main input time and then 30 minute group/individual activity. All resources are listed, along with key assessment questions. A full PowerPoint is also included in this lesson. Please add reviews and comments.
jbullen
Scrumdiddlyumptious Computing!

Scrumdiddlyumptious Computing!

This bundle provides you with a Computing bundle, for Web searches and Emails. A full, detailed unit of planning and Powerpoint with differentiated success criteria. This is based on the Cornerstones Unit- Scrumdiddlyumptious.
kep1987
Online Safety- Email Lesson

Online Safety- Email Lesson

A short lesson designed to practicalise the idea to children, that posting on the internet is not as clear as they think. Included is: lesson plan; powerpoint to complete lesson with notes; template for children to use to write their 'post'.
akeohane2
E-safety Workbook and Lessons Bundle (Years 1, 2 & 3 internet safety)

E-safety Workbook and Lessons Bundle (Years 1, 2 & 3 internet safety)

This is a great set of internet safety resources for Years 1, 2 and 3, which gives you everything you need for teaching about general internet safety and the dangers of cyberbullying. Included: *General internet safety lesson/assembly - covers online safety rules and a broad introduction to the topic. *Cyberbullying lesson/assembly - what it is, how to avoid it and what to do if you see it. *Printable workbook of 12 independent tasks to support the above lessons. Also includes a certificate for completing the 'course'. Planning and differentiated activities are also included in both of the lessons. These lessons and activities are probably best suited for Years 2 and 3, but can easily be used in Year 1 too. Supports the following objective from the UK computer science curriculum: KS1: 'Use technology safely and respectfully, keeping personal information private; identify where to go for help and support when they have concerns about content or contact on the internet or other online technologies.' Please see the Goldtopfox shop for a full range of useful teaching resources: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/goldtopfox
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E-safety Activities Workbook (Internet Safety for Years 1, 2 & 3)

E-safety Activities Workbook (Internet Safety for Years 1, 2 & 3)

This is a printable E-safety workbook, which can be used to support children's understanding of internet safety in Years 1 to 3. The worksheets contain 12 independent activities, plus a number of additional challenge tasks. Full details: Page 1: E-safety rules colouring poster Page 2: Template to create own e-safety rules poster Page 3: Spot and colour examples of information that should not be shared online Page 4: Activity to identify sensible online behaviour and actions Page 5: Short cloze passage about internet safety Page 6: Same as page 5, but a simpler version with first letter of each missing word provided Page 7: Design an ID badge for an e-safety superhero Page 8: Internet safety wordsearch and acrostic poem Page 9: Cyberbullying colouring poster Page 10: Template to create own anti-cyberbullying poster Page 11: Sort examples of respectful and disrespectful online language Page 12: Sort good and bad examples of online chat Page 13: Templates to design an e-safety badge Also included is a certificate template (PDF and editable Publisher versions) to award to the children when they have completed the tasks. This resource supports the following objectives from the UK computer science curriculum: KS1: 'Use technology safely and respectfully, keeping personal information private; identify where to go for help and support when they have concerns about content or contact on the internet or other online technologies.' This workbook could also be used alongside 2 of my other e-safety resources: E-safety lesson: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/e-safety-assembly-and-lesson-for-ks1-and-ks2-11491041 Cyberbullying lesson; https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/cyberbullying-assembly-and-lesson-for-internet-safety-in-ks1-and-ks2-11498551 Alternatively, you can buy all 3 of these resources in one bargain bundle! https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/e-safety-workbook-and-lessons-bundle-for-years-1-2-and-3-11632329 Please see the Goldtopfox shop for more useful teaching resources: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/goldtopfox
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E-safety - stranger danger; powerpoint

E-safety - stranger danger; powerpoint

The Red Riding Hood e-safety presentation went brilliantly and most of my class (yr 1) really made me proud - of their knowledge and awareness of danger & how to keep safe - however - 2 of them did not seem to understand the message as well as I'd have hoped saying "yeah I'd still meet them - cos I love presents!" (obvs they are young - but that is exactly how dangerous people can manipulate them). So I have made another powerpoint - a little more grown up so could be used in assembly and for older children - but still appropriate for year 1, which focuses more so on the stranger danger element of e-safety, but in a way in which they can relate. Opportunities for Talk partners. Pictures sourced from internet specifically of 'models'. Profiles made up to get the point across.
danielle_lonnen-smith