Early years internet safety resources

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      Dealing with social media when you work in a school (staff INSET training)

      Dealing with social media when you work in a school (staff INSET training)

      Ideal for a school INSET day to teach staff how to responsibly use social media and how to help pupils who are victims of cyberbullying. Includes a PowerPoint presentation and staff handout. The PowerPoint presentation explores the rules for staff using their own personal social media accounts, it looks at how students are currently using social media and and gives guidelines for how staff should deal with a pupil who reports cyber bullying. It also includes a 2 sides handout giving staff instructions for blocking followers on Twitter and for making sure their Facebook privacy settings are correctly managed. For high-quality ready to use computing teaching resources visit www.nicholawilkin.com

      By nwilkin

      NASUWT: E-Safety

      NASUWT: E-Safety

      This specially commissioned CPD video for the Doncaster NASUWT is designed to help colleagues understand some of the key aspects of E-Safety. Whilst producing this video, we have drawn upon the experience of NASUWT member and sole trader Tim Pinto to highlight some of the key areas of concern. If you would like to know more about e-safety or simply want to get involved in the union, then please get in touch with your local association. Anyway, have fun and stay in touch via social media for the latest updates. If you are interested you can download a number of CPD videos via the Doncaster NASUWT YouTube Channel. Kind Regards Roy

      By Roy_Huggins

      COMPOSE Yourself! model

      COMPOSE Yourself! model

      The COMPOSE Yourself! model helps parents respond well when they discover their young person has viewed pornography, and is adaptable for all ages. For more free resources, visit http://www.culturereframed.org/parents-program/

      By YouthWellbeing

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      Rainy Days Clip Art

      Rainy Days Clip Art

      Rainy Days Clip Art 1 * Rain clouds * Storm clouds * The sun * Hearts BONUS * Squiggles and stars This is a digital item and non-refundable * All original art work

      By KatQatresources

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      Halloween Clip Art

      Halloween Clip Art

      * Ghost coloured and blank (2 versions) * Witch's hat * Potion bottles * Jar of eyeballs *Spider web *Star * Golden key * Pumpkin * Black and White versions *300 dpi * Original Clip Art * Bonus squiggles * Halloween Wallpaper

      By KatQatresources

      E-Safety and E-Awareness for 5-6 Year olds

      E-Safety and E-Awareness for 5-6 Year olds

      KS1 Computing (E-Safety and E-Awareness) Especially designed for 5 - 6 year old. Teacher can use over head projector or use the enclosed PDF, print out, and use as a storybook. Includes: 12 Slide Presentation - just click for each little animation- fully editable Copies (in Word and PDF) Images include: SEN, and culturally diversive Template is from PPT online but all other images, words, animations are created, downloaded etc by the author. [][][][][][][][][][][][][][][] Go to my shop on TES resources Many more on the same subject and others Press HERE for more Resources [][][][][][][][][][][][][][][] PLEASE: Don't forget to give a great review! Every 5 star reviewer can claim a free classroom poster on the subject! [][][][][][][][][][][][][][][]

      By VirtuallyQatarted

      End of Term Mega Bundle

      End of Term Mega Bundle

      Great for class time or tutor time for older class Suitable for ages 5-11 (or edited for older children) End of term competition Cyberbully Displays Anti-Bully activity Comic strip activities (says KS1 but can be used to KS3) Free interent links to resources A full tutor time package HTML Beginners worksheet! 60 second countdown SEN emotion cut out cards (can be used for EAL) PLEASE: Don't forget to give a great review! Every 5 star reviewer can claim a free classroom poster on the subject! [][][][][][][][][][][][][][][] Go to my shop on TES resources Many more on the same subject and others Press HERE for more Resources [][][][][][][][][][][][][][][]

      By VirtuallyQatarted

      'Whole School Policy' Bundle

      'Whole School Policy' Bundle

      Four tried and tested whole school policies, covering 'Anti-Bullying', 'Teaching and Learning', 'Child Protection & Safeguarding' and 'Behaviour, Discipline and Exclusion'. They are detailed policies that have evolved over the many years of use. Like all school policies, they are a working document that should be tailored to the needs of your school. They were developed for a primary school setting in the UK and can be easily adapted for any setting working with young people.

      By conortrg1

      The Debating Society Toolkit

      The Debating Society Toolkit

      An amazing collection of 20 resources and tools for school debating societies. It is perfect for anyone with a new or established debating society. The author has been involved in debating societies since he was, himself, chairman of The Debate Club at Magdalen College School. He went on debating until he gained a masters degree in Philosophy. This pack is the culmination of 4 years of P4C experience. It features 20 high quality debate generating and discussion leading programs. It's great for SMSC, P4C, PSHE, and teachers of RE, Philosophy, Sociology, History, Politics, Citizenship and such :) Feel free to ask me any questions: godwin86@gmail.com

      By godwin86

      Give Those Bullies 'The Flick' - How to Teach Children to Deal with Bullying

      Give Those Bullies 'The Flick' - How to Teach Children to Deal with Bullying

      Give Those Bullies ‘The Flick’’ uses a simple and fun teaching technique to successfully teach young children to be aware and take action instead of being helpless or the victim; and by reading the story, practising the Practical Exercises and Play-acting, discussing important details and completing the Learning Activities and Check Lists, know that they can achieve these things. This curriculum friendly resource helps to enhance the learning-to-read and decision-making process and reinforces the steps to take when a child is faced with bullying through (3) easy-to-follow stages which help to develop a more confident, capable and happy child. Story Time: Simple, exciting, fun to read and filled with colour illustrations with four-line rhyming couplets small children can relate to Sue’s adventure allows children to experience what happens and what it feels like when a child is involved in a bullying situation, and to see how small children really can make a positive difference, if they know how, because they have listened to a story at their level which demonstrates the basic steps to take to recognise and successfully deal with bullying. Teaching Guide: Here are the preparation guidelines for adults to know and understand what they teach with detailed information to teach and help prepare children and step-by-step instructions for the practical exercises – simple scenarios and examples to help you explain, at their level, how to help themselves or someone else, leaving them comfortable listening to your explanations and more confident and ready to participate in repeated exercises. Children learn to recognise the act of bullying and understand why children are bullies, and the meaning of important words such as: 'self-worth’, 'respect', 'aware' and 'trust' to improve their self-esteem and social attitude so they are more aware and know that they are capable of good behaviour and making the best decisions and have permission to do so. Here are the keys to help a child being bullied (or who is a bully) and what must be worked on in both cases and tips on teaching children about the importance of self-ownership and knowing what to say and do to keep themselves safe and happy. Learning Activities: These worksheets help to reinforce what has already been learnt from Step One and Two. Children learn about when there is or is not a bullying situation; the signs that someone is being bullied or is a bully; what can happen to a child who is bullied (or who is a bully); and the reasons why it is important to tell someone about a bullying incident and tell on someone who is bullying while they work on literacy and other activities. Helping Little Kids be BIG – by Teaching Children to be Brave, Smart and Strong!

      By sueseries

      Numbers to Know - (UK) - How to Teach Children to Deal with Emergencies - Refers to '999'

      Numbers to Know - (UK) - How to Teach Children to Deal with Emergencies - Refers to '999'

      Teach young children how to make the special ‘999’ (Nine-Nine-Nine) call for help, confidently, if faced with an emergency, using a fun and simple (3)-step process. This curriculum-friendly printable file helps to enhance the learning-to-read and decision-making process, and to reinforce the lessons taught throughout the set through repetition, revision and completing the easy-to-follow stages which help to develop a more confident, prepared and capable child – (78 pages). Step One – Story Time: When Sue's adventure has been read, children have listened to a story at their level which introduces them to the topic, helps them to become familiar with the lessons in the story, demonstrates and teaches them in a fun and simple way the basic steps to knowing how to recognise and deal with an emergency and that they really can be ‘BIG’. Children learn about the importance of knowing when and how to correctly use the numbers: 9-9-9 and how to be brave, smart and strong – like Sue in the story! Step Two – Teaching Guide: The corresponding Teaching Guide has preparation guidelines to follow so adults know and understand what they teach from the detailed information which helps to prepare children prior to completing the Practical Exercises and Play-acting. Included are instructions for the Practical Exercises and Play-acting which enable children to deal with emergencies, automatically and confidently. Follow the preparation guidelines and instructions to teach children and know what to do as you teach, then work through the exercises to reinforce what has already been taught. Use the Check List to check off each step a child should remember so you are certain that each child can correctly use the numbers: 9-9-9 (nine-nine-nine). Step Three – Learning Activities: The Learning Activities further reinforce what has been taught from the previous steps and help children to remember how to recognise an emergency; who will help them; how to recognise a ‘nine’; how many ‘nines’ they must press; how many ‘three’ is; their name, address and phone number; what it really means to be brave, smart and strong – and to be ‘BIG’; and to remember the (3) important questions they need to answer to help them know whether to act. Select pages to meet different learning needs by choosing an area to work on, i.e.: children can work with shapes and colours while they learn the roles of special people in our communities. Print, laminate and use as durable worksheets with wipe-able markers for a class or individual child, and as personalised Brave Smart and Strong Awards to present to those children, who successfully complete the three vital steps.

      By sueseries