Teaching and Learning is at the core of e-safety provision in school. A range of age appropriate resources and activities that offer breadth and progression across all areas of e-safety are essential to ensure all learners have access to a curriculum that meets their needs. Mapping lessons within the school’s own planning structures provides a good framework for delivering e-safety education at the same time as offering flexibility to adapt activities when considering the school’s own agenda.
The Learning Exchange can provide consultancy, training and resources to embed e-safety across school.
Key Teaching and Learning resources
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CEOP Thinkuknow – Lee and Kim and Hector’s World (Primary KS1)
E-Safety films with key messages and support materials for Key Stage One.
The Anti Social Network (Primary KS2)
http://www.eastlandsprimaryschool.co.uk/e-safety/the-anti-social-network Eastland Primary School in Rugby has won a European award for a film made to highlight the consequences of cyberbullying. On Safer Internet Day, 10 February 2014, the school’s film ‘The Anti-social Network’ was awarded 3rd place in the European Award for Best Content for Kids, Adult Professionals category.
CEOP – Jigsaw (Primary upper KS2)
This resource looks at the use of social networking, sharing information and not knowing who you may be sharing this with.
CBBC – Caught in the Web (Primary)
The show, which is voiced by David Tennant, tells the story of a girl called Lost Princess, who gets into danger after meeting someone in a chatroom. It also has lots of tips on how to be safe, and case studies of children with real-life experiences of how things can go wrong.
The Parent Zone – Well Versed Film (Primary and Secondary)
A School Zone project
CEOP – Consequences: Assembly (Secondary)
CEOP – Exposed (Secondary)
SWGfL – WITH FRIENDS LIKE THESE (Secondary)
This resource aims to raise awareness in young people of the consequences of sharing and publishing images of others. It demonstrates that seemingly small actions quickly gain momentum and get out of control. It is based around a group of 11 – 14 year olds.