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Responsible Gaming and Digital Citizenship Assembly or Lesson (KS2)

Responsible Gaming and Digital Citizenship Assembly or Lesson (KS2)

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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Tutor Time Activities: Thought of the week

Tutor Time Activities: Thought of the week

1 power point per week of the half term. Jan-Feb Please follow this link for: Half Term 1- Sep- October https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/tutor-time-activities-thought-of-the-week-11716356# Half Term 2- October- December https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/tutor-time-activities-thought-of-the-week-11742651 Each follows the same pattern. A "thought of the week" which is a quote from someone they will know (no Buddha/Shakespeare type quotes, more like Dumbledore, Jay Z, Steve Jobs etc.) Followed by a slide that gives the week in History, I try to make this as cross curricular as possible. Planned for 15 minute sessions to contribute to Schools development of SMSC. Please leave feedback.
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Successful NPQH application - 2017 proforma/framework

Successful NPQH application - 2017 proforma/framework

This is a successful NPQH assessment, which was deemed above expectations in four core areas and at expectations in one area. I know when I was applying, seeing a successful application would have been helpful. Hopefully this will be of help for you too, if you are thinking of applying for the NPQH. I'm sure it will save you a lot of time!
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Tutor Time Activities- Thought of the Week

Tutor Time Activities- Thought of the Week

1 power point per week of the half term. October- December (including a Christmas special!). Please follow this link for Half Term 1- Sep- October https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/tutor-time-activities-thought-of-the-week-11716356# Each follows the same pattern. A "thought of the week" which is a quote from someone they will know (no Buddha/Shakespeare type quotes, more like Dumbeldore, Jay Z, Steve Jobs etc.) Followed by a slide that gives the week in History, I try to make this as cross curricular as possible. Planned for 15 minute sessions to contribute to Schools development of SMSC. Please leave feedback.
HealthSocialCareFairy
Mobile Phone Awareness Posters

Mobile Phone Awareness Posters

These provocative and visually striking A3 posters are designed to encourage students to reflect on their mobile phone habits. Based on a respected study conducted by Common Sense Media in 2016, each poster has a statistic from the research findings or a challenging statement designed to stimulate discussion or simply encourage students to question their reliance on their mobile device. The seven A3 full colour posters are provided in PDF file format.
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100 'What if' Questions

100 'What if' Questions

A PowerPoint of 100 'what if' questions, which can be used for discussion in your class. This is an ideal resource for use in KS2 and upper KS1 and covers a variety of topics: *PSHCE (friendships, target setting, relationships, changes, problem solving, etc.) *Internet safety *Personal safety *Moral decisions *Speaking and listening *Fun or unusual situations The 100 questions can be used in a variety of ways, including as a stimulus for discussion, ideas for independent work or just to explore a key topic for your class. They can also serve as part of a wider lesson or as handy 'time-fillers'. The questions can be worked through in order, selected by the teacher in advance or the children can pick them at random. Each main question also has 2 follow-up questions, allowing the children to discuss their ideas in pairs or small groups first. The PowerPoint has also been included in PDF form, in order to allow for easy printing. Please see the Goldtopfox shop for a full range of teaching resources: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/goldtopfox
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Verso Help Sheet for Students

Verso Help Sheet for Students

Leave a review and choose any resource for FREE! This is a Help Sheet for Students that I created that guides them through the use Verso. Verso is a platform that allows teachers to establish classes online and then assign specific activities for that class to complete. The teacher creates a “flip” assigned to a class which includes a stimulus in the form of either Google docs, a pre-recording or link to a website. The teacher can then set specific questions relating to that stimulus and the students responses are compiled together anonymously with only the teacher being able to see students names. Students and teachers can then respond to or like other responses. The data of how many responses and likes a flip receives is then collated and analysed to provide ratings of how engaged students were.
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E Safety resources  iPads, phones, treasure chests, padlocks, snapchat ICT Year 1 / EYFS KS1

E Safety resources iPads, phones, treasure chests, padlocks, snapchat ICT Year 1 / EYFS KS1

We are exploring staying safe on the computers, iPads, phones etc. what to do when ad messages pop up, what to so if they are using Snapchat etc... I intend to start with the treasure chests and padlocks. What would they lock away to keep safe. Why.. talking partners etc. What is important to them, reinforcing staying safe. Then go through a range of lessons linking to staying safe online. (Passwords, talking to people they don't know, clicking buttons when they aren't sure, asking for help etc ... The mouse page will be to write some rules to stay safe what to do/ not to do. Some resources for CP within EYFS / Year 1 to provide tools to talk
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Parents Internet Safety Newsletter & Pupil Contract

Parents Internet Safety Newsletter & Pupil Contract

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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