Keeping your children safe online is of the up-most importance. In school we teach the children to stay safe online by: only using safe search engines, only accessing material which is age appropriate and monitored by a responsible adult. We teach the children to shut and tell: if they see or access anything upsetting, inappropriate or if someone is trying to find out their contact information, they should shut the laptop, tablet, phone or any other device and tell an adult immediately.
Miss Brown recently held a computing curriculum meeting. This presentation included the early years foundation stage curriculum for technology, the KS1 national curriculum computing programme of study, how computing is taught at Portway Infant School and also the importance of online safety for all. Please click on the link below to view the presentation. Some of the information was sourced from the UK safer internet center.
The document below details a range of social media apps available on a range of platforms include iPhone and android. Please familiarise yourself with the terms and conditions of these applications as they possibly be very inappropriate for children.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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