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Eskdale, Skelmersdale, Lancashire, WN8 6ED

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Delph Side Community Primary School

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Computing and E-Safety

Safer Internet Day 2017

Year 1

For our Internet Safety Day in Year 1, we talked about how a picture can share more information than we think and sometimes even personal information that we do not want strangers to know. We talked about the dangers of sharing our personal information online and looked at a range of different pictures deciding whether they were safe to put on the internet or not. We also made our own 'About me collages' using the I-pads as a way of telling someone all about us without sharing pictures which may share our personal information.

Year 2

Year 3

For Safer Internet Day, the children had to create a picture that was appropriate to be put online and one that would be inappropriate.

Year 4

We discussed how to stay safe on the internet when posting pictures. We talked about how pictures can give information without words.

Year 5

During 'Safer Internet Day' we looked at the power of images that get posted online. We found that an image can tell a different story to other people and can sometimes be misleading. We all love an 'Emoji' but sometimes people can read them in different ways. We also created some 'Memes' to help spread the word about internet safety. Take a look!

Year 6

Year 6 have created their own memes for Safer Internet Day.

Computing

A high-quality computing education equips pupils to use computational thinking and creativity to understand and change the world. Computing has deep links with mathematics, science, and design and technology, and provides insights into both natural and artificial systems. The core of computing is computer science, in which pupils are taught the principles of information and computation, how digital systems work, and how to put this knowledge to use through programming. Building on this knowledge and understanding, pupils are equipped to use information technology to create programs, systems and a range of content. Computing also ensures that pupils become digitally literate – able to use, and express themselves and develop their ideas through, information and communication technology – at a level suitable for the future workplace and as active participants in a digital world

 

At Delphside we are following the Wessex Computing Planning which aims to develop safe, responsible and competent learners; who are creative and logical; as they navigate, investigate and contribute to the world around them

Click the link for the Computing Programmes of Study for Key Stage 1 and 2

E- Safety

E-Safety is an important part of keeping children safe at Delph Side Primary School.

 

Internet Safety education is a crucial element of the curriculum and an essential part of young people’s development. E-Safety is taught to all pupils as part of our Computing curriculum, explaining and demonstrating how to stay safe and behave appropriately on line. The Internet is a very powerful tool and a great source of information, but with that comes some dangers. Staying safe whilst online is more important than ever.

 

On Tuesday 10th February 2015 it was Safer Internet Day, which is a day that is celebrated  every year across Europe, and in other countries worldwide. This day is very important to our school and pupils. Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 children attended assembly to look at this years theme," Let’s create a better internet together.”  ( You can see the presentation below )

 

Children had the opportunity to think answer questions including, What do they like to do on the Internet ? What worries them about using the Internet and How they would feel if the Internet was turned off ? They also had to think how they could make the Internet a better place and decide how best to deal with certain scenarios. They were then reminded of the SMART Rules to stay safe on the Internet.

 

Children followed up the key messages from the assembly in class. In Reception children shared Smartie the Penguin story and talked about what happened in the story. Key Stage 1 children also shared this story and produced Smartie the Penguin E-Safety posters. In Key Stage 2 children completed a home survey about their use of the Internet and then joined in a discussion about this. Children had to decide on a good digital deed and also write their own online pledge.

 

 

To celebrate the many positives of the internet, and to raise awareness of the issues that children and young people face online today, we hosted an online safety information session for parents and carers of children in every year group to provide practical advice and safety tips to help manage online safety issues, and discuss suitable behaviour online. If you missed this you can find the presentation and handouts below.

 

Delph Side's 'Think then Click' rules. 

 

 

 

 

Year 5

During 'Safer Internet Day' we looked at the power of images that get posted online. We found that an image can tell a different story to other people and can sometimes be misleading. We all love an 'Emoji' but sometimes people can read them in different ways. We also created some 'Memes' to help spread the word about internet safety. Take a look!