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Computing resources for KS2.: including e-safety, computational thinking and video based resources to teach the curriculum.

Computing resources for KS2.: including e-safety, computational thinking and video based resources to teach the curriculum.
Screen time KS2
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Screen time KS2

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Health and well being. KS2. Video and activities to support children thinking about how they are missing out by spending too much time with technology. KS2 Esafety Screen time
Assembly: Internet safety day 2021
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Assembly: Internet safety day 2021

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The theme for Internet Safety Day 2021 is exploring reliability in the online world. This assembly presentation, including a quiz, animations and superheroes is aimed at Key Stage children. Internet Safety Assembly 2021
TikTok safety resource for parents and children
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TikTok safety resource for parents and children

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For parents, teachers and primary school children, how to stay safe online using TikTok. TikTok is so popular with children that many are addicted to it. Children are often keen for their video to become viral so have at times done pranks, used language or dress and dance in ways that are not age appropriate. TikTok parent and child resource
Snapchat: online safety for parents and children
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Snapchat: online safety for parents and children

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For parents, teachers and primary school children, how to stay safe online using Snapchat. Snapchat is a popular app with children but many children are unaware that their snaps can be copied and shared. What is a snapstreak? What are the dangers of using Snapchat? Why is it popular with children? Snapchat online safety
Online Safety for parents
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Online Safety for parents

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Top tens tips for parents and their children to keep safe online. Please feel free to link to this esafety online safety resource from your school website. ideally this resource is viewed and discussed with parent and child at the same time. Aimed at KS2 children.
Instagram: Online safety for parents and children.
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Instagram: Online safety for parents and children.

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For parents, teachers and primary school children, how to stay safe online using Instagram. Instagram is a popular app with children but do they know about influencers? Are they addicted to the app? Are they using safe settings? Instagram online safety
YouTube online safety for parents and children
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YouTube online safety for parents and children

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For parents, teachers and primary school children, how to stay safe online using YouTube. YouTube is extremely popular and most children watch more content on YouTube than on television. Many children follow YouTubers whose language and content may not be age appropriate. Did you know that there is a YouTube for kids with parent controls? YouTube online safety for parents and children
Online Bullying Year 3
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Online Bullying Year 3

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Online Bullying for year 3 following the key skills from 2020 Education for a connected world.Interactive activities. Online Bullying Year 3
Decomposition: Computational Thinking
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Decomposition: Computational Thinking

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Animated explainer video to show the importance of decomposition in computational thinking. Decomposition, the breaking down of tasks, is an important skill in computing and across the whole curriculum. [Decomposition Ks2 computational thinking.](Decomposition Ks2 computational thinking.)
Abstraction: Computational Thinking
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Abstraction: Computational Thinking

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Animated explainer video describing how abstraction can be used in computing and in other areas to find the key elements of a problem. KS2 Computational Thinking. Abstraction KS2 Computational Thinking