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E-Safety in the
primary classroom
Paul Mc Carthy
Queen’s Park
Primary School
What (I think) you want
To understand why this area of the
Computing curriculum is important
To get some ideas that you ca...
Ofsted definition of e-Safety
A school’s ability:
- to protect and educate pupils and staff in their
use of technology
- t...
Content, Contact, Conduct
Content
The appropriateness of online content. Effective filtering of
information.
Contact
How c...
E-safety
CONTENT
choosing what to view
filtering
CONTACT
who to talk to
social networks
emails
chat rooms
learning platfor...
School teacher quits after calling pupils
'b*******' and 'Fkrs' in a Facebook rant
because they looked at his pictures onl...
Disgrace of the six drinking, pole-
dancing primary school teachers who
published the pictures on Facebook
How to teach it?
1. CONDUCT
Discuss the scenarios on your table.
Where would you put them?
You can amend this type of activity
and use it w...
Choices
Making choices
• Context is key
• Teach children to
apply life lessons to
their work online
• Children need to be
able to ...
Link it to real life
“You are in the park and a lady says she’s lost her
dog. She needs help looking for it. What do you d...
Appropriate behaviour online
https://www.brainpop.com/games/sh
arejumper/
Watch the video or skip to the end.
Click next a...
2. CONTACT
Sharing personal information
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_o
8auwnJtqE
Video for upper KS2.
Demonstrates need...
Who are you talking to?
http://www.cybersmart.gov.au/Kids/Have%20
Fun/cybersmartaccess.aspx
Click on Play Games and then P...
3. CONTENT
What should I do?
http://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/games/ke
ep-dodge-safe-online
What should I do with…
http://www.cybersmart.gov.au/Kids/H
ave%20Fun/cybersmartaccess.aspx
Click on Play Games and then Dr...
What to do when
something bad happens
http://www.childnet.com/resources/t
he-adventures-of-kara-winston-and-
the-smart-cre...
E-Safety
Help children to make choices.
Link E-Safety to comparable real-
life situations.
Our use of the internet and
tec...
Openness vs privacy
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E safety in the classroom workshop

  1. 1. E-Safety in the primary classroom Paul Mc Carthy Queen’s Park Primary School
  2. 2. What (I think) you want To understand why this area of the Computing curriculum is important To get some ideas that you can use in the classroom
  3. 3. Ofsted definition of e-Safety A school’s ability: - to protect and educate pupils and staff in their use of technology - to have the appropriate mechanisms to intervene and support any incident where appropriate.
  4. 4. Content, Contact, Conduct Content The appropriateness of online content. Effective filtering of information. Contact How children interact on the internet. The potential risk from those interactions. Conduct How children act online. Posting pictures, downloading music, cyberbullying etc. Link everything to real life From Safeguarding Board for Northern Ireland (2014)
  5. 5. E-safety CONTENT choosing what to view filtering CONTACT who to talk to social networks emails chat rooms learning platforms CONDUCT sharing (photos, personal information) cyberbullying illegal or inappropriate activity music downloads / spending on games
  6. 6. School teacher quits after calling pupils 'b*******' and 'Fkrs' in a Facebook rant because they looked at his pictures online
  7. 7. Disgrace of the six drinking, pole- dancing primary school teachers who published the pictures on Facebook
  8. 8. How to teach it?
  9. 9. 1. CONDUCT Discuss the scenarios on your table. Where would you put them? You can amend this type of activity and use it with children.
  10. 10. Choices
  11. 11. Making choices • Context is key • Teach children to apply life lessons to their work online • Children need to be able to make sensible choices • Discussion is often a great way to explore issues
  12. 12. Link it to real life “You are in the park and a lady says she’s lost her dog. She needs help looking for it. What do you do?”
  13. 13. Appropriate behaviour online https://www.brainpop.com/games/sh arejumper/ Watch the video or skip to the end. Click next and follow the instructions.
  14. 14. 2. CONTACT Sharing personal information http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_o 8auwnJtqE Video for upper KS2. Demonstrates need to link to real life.
  15. 15. Who are you talking to? http://www.cybersmart.gov.au/Kids/Have%20 Fun/cybersmartaccess.aspx Click on Play Games and then Pic your Friends.
  16. 16. 3. CONTENT What should I do? http://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/games/ke ep-dodge-safe-online
  17. 17. What should I do with… http://www.cybersmart.gov.au/Kids/H ave%20Fun/cybersmartaccess.aspx Click on Play Games and then Drop Box.
  18. 18. What to do when something bad happens http://www.childnet.com/resources/t he-adventures-of-kara-winston-and- the-smart-crew/chapter4 Teaching children what to do when something negative happens
  19. 19. E-Safety Help children to make choices. Link E-Safety to comparable real- life situations. Our use of the internet and technology is always evolving, so does the way we teach children about E-Safety. Facetime bullying? Snapchat? Banning all 3G/4G devices? Online gaming feuds?
  20. 20. Openness vs privacy

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