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Ocker Hill Infant School

Gospel Oak Road, Tipton, West Midlands, DY4 0DS

01215561119

rebecca.strange@ockerhill-inf.sandwell.sch.uk

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E - safety

 

E - safety is very important with the 'new' and increased technology of today.

At Ocker Hill Infant we like to keep our parents informed with new procedures and happenings in this technical world. Therefore we will send out E - safety newsletters and information regularly #Wake Up Wednesdays. Also along with the school council we will be running E - safety workshops to help parents keep up to date and to offer any assistance that parents need in regards to safety online.

 

Help can also be found on this useful site online that Vodaphone offer to help parents keep children safe no matter what their age or the technology they are using. Helpful tips can be found at: http://www.vodafone.com/content/parents/get-started.html

Here is a guide highlights what are the risks of kids being online, and how do you keep your children safe online to name a few. This guide could potentially be very useful to your readers and would be a good additional source if you are considering making an update to help spread awareness and keep our family from online threats. This guide helps you with protection that you may want/need on your computer. Have a read and get some ideas to keep yourselves safe online.


Here’s the link - https://www.safetydetectives.com/blog/top-antivirus-with-parental-control/

 

Online - Filtering and Monitoring - KCSIE - Keeping Children Safe In Education.

 

Schools in England (and Wales) are required to ensure children are safe from terrorist and extremist material when accessing the internet in school, including by establishing appropriate levels of filtering. Furthermore, the Department for Education’s statutory guidance ‘Keeping Children Safe in Education’ obliges schools and colleges in England to “ensure appropriate filters and appropriate monitoring systems are in place and regularly review their effectiveness” and they “should be doing all that they reasonably can to limit children’s exposure to the above risks from the school’s or college’s IT system” however, schools will need to “be careful that “over blocking” does not lead to unreasonable restrictions as to what children can be taught with regards to online teaching and safeguarding.” Ofsted concluded as far back as 2010 that “Pupils in the schools that had ‘managed’ systems had better knowledge and understanding of how to stay safe than those in schools with ‘locked down’ systems. Pupils were more vulnerable overall when schools used locked down systems because they were not given enough opportunities to learn how to assess and manage risk for themselves.”

At Ocker Hill Infant and Nursery School, we are protected by DNSfilter - this is a monitoring and filtering service - What does a DNSFilter do? DNS filtering is the process of using the Domain Name System to block malicious websites and filter out harmful or inappropriate content. This ensures that company data remains secure and allows companies to have control over what their employees can access on company-managed networks.

 

What is filtering and monitoring - What is the difference. Click below - 

 

What is the difference in filtering and monitoring 

 

 

NSPCC also shares guides to support parental controls - 

 

https://www.nspcc.org.uk/keeping-children-safe/online-safety/parental-controls/

 

ESafety Links - Early Years and KS1

 

EYFS


CbeebiesLittle animals activity centre

Numbertime 

PB Bear (LGfL) 

Magic School (LGfL) 

Busythings - LGfL (Login required when not connected to the LGfL) 

I-board early years activities - LGFL (Login required when not connected to the LGfL) 

Link to Literacy Framework: Listen to web based media e.g. use on-line audio library – LGfL Audio network 

BBC podcasts e.g. Bob the builder 

2Simulate – ‘Getting locked-in’ scenario activity. common sense – going places safely activity1http://www.commonsensemedia.org/educators/lesson/goingplaces-safely-k-2 

Postman Pat card writing activity 

  
Year 1 

When investigating for history topic i.e. old toys compare 2 sites as a class using BBC site or American toy seller site and identify which gives us most useful information. 

Museum of Childhood 

RBKC lesson – safe surfing with Dongle (links to several lesson plans). 

Dongle activity introduces pupils to the SMART rules and personal AUP (acceptable use policy) KS1 Pupil agreement on the LGfL. Use the hand poster to reinforce key safety message. 

Use Dongle ‘BE SMART’SONG for Safer Internet Day assembly. 

MeOnline  (requires USO login) 

Twins party activity to select appropriate images. Lesson plan for twins activity 

Smartie the penguin story and resources from Kidsmart 

Common sense – abc searching activity 1 
http://www.commonsensemedia.org/educators/lesson/abcsearching- k-2 

Common sense - staying safe online activity 2 
http://www.commonsensemedia.org/educators/lesson/stayingsafe-online-k-2 

RBKC lesson ‘email granny’ – how to write e mail suitable for granny – Bad example 

CEOP Thinkuknow resources: based on Hector’s World resources www.thinkuknow.co.uk/5_7/ 

London MLE – Visual mail tool (requires USO login) 

Museum of Childhood (sending messages to the museum about toys and childhood) 

MeOnline – chatterbox activity to select inappropriate communications – Lesson plan for chatterbox 

Smartie the penguin story and resources from Kidsmart 

Common sense – sending e mail activity 1 http://www.commonsensemedia.org/educators/lesson/sendingemail-k-2 

RBKC lesson - Digiduck’s dilemma – 

Year 2 

Children explore a given webpage or section on MLE to find information about a class topic, eg an Island home - interactive map Isle of Coll 

Children use the Barnaby Bear website to find out about his visits and how he travels, Where in the World is Barnaby Bear 

Children plan a trip using the i-board Barnaby Bear activities  (requires LGFL USO login) located in Geography, Year 2 Unit 5 – ‘where in the world is Barnaby Bear’ 

Flat Stanley http://www.flatstanley.com/ Join in the project of Flat Stanley, sharing photographs, videos and podcasts of Flat Stanley around the world.

Teachers introduce spoof websites e.g. RBKC Red Tomato spider 

www.primaryschoolict.com 

http://www.commonsensemedia.org/educators/lesson/abcsearching- k-2 Common sense – sites I like activity 1 
http://www.commonsensemedia.org/educators/lesson/sites-i-k-1 

Safe email system e.g. LMLE Visual mail, 2email, LGfL (Pupil) Londonmail, 

Where in the World is Barnaby Bear Yr2 Geography e mail Barnaby via the site 

Flat Stanley http://www.flatstanley.com/ Join in the project of Flat Stanley, sharing photographs, videos and podcasts of Flat Stanley around the world. 

CEOP Thinkuknow resources - Hector’s World Lessons 1-5 www.thinkuknow.co.uk/5_7/ 

MeOnline  (requires LGFL USO login) – Jungle club activity to select appropriate name. 

sand pictures and understand safe communication online – lesson plan for Jungle club 

MLE, e.g. use discussion forum set up by school for a purpose such as School Council. 

Use Dongle ‘BE SMART’SONG for Safer Internet Day assembly. 

Net Smartz. E mail the cartoon characters  Activities to reinforce the SMART rules (AUP behaviours) so pupils see them in terms of personal and independent use such as KS1 Pupil agreement on the LGfL. Use the hand posterto reinforce key safety message 

Pupils decide who is telling the truth using the Cybersmart ‘Pic your friends’ activity 

Common sense – sending e mail activity 1 http://www.commonsensemedia. 

MeOnline  (requires LGFL USO login) – cooking up passwords activity to understand what makes a strong password – lesson plan for cooking up passwords 

LGfL JIT  (requires LGFL USO login) – (www.jit.lgfl.net) 

CEOP Thinkuknow resources: based on Hector’s World resources: (requires LGFL USO login)www.thinkuknow.co.uk/5_7/ Class pages or project areas on the school’s MLE. 

Children take part in the survey in MeOnline (requires LGFL USO login) 

LGFL Artisancam ‘Picture book maker’

 

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