At Woodlesford Primary School, we relish the opportunity to use and experience a range of new technologies with our cross-curricular approach in an ever-changing digital world. We encourage children to become independent learners and thinkers by developing key skills. Most importantly, we equip the children with skills that they will need for their future in three key areas of digital literacy, information technology and computer science. We ensure that our children have a secure knowledge of online safety and develop the skills to tackle any upsetting or inappropriate content they might access online to remain safe. In addition, children understand the term ‘digital footprint’ and understand how they can take steps to become safer when being online.
Below are links to provide online safety guidance.
|Parental Controls – Broadband Providers||Safer Internet Advice for Parents & Carers|
|Safety Tips for Mobile Devices (Tablets)||Safer Internet Advice for Parents & Carers Guide - Technology|
|Additional Safety Tips for Mobile Devices (Tablets)||NSPCC Safer Internet Keeping Children Safe on the Internet|
|January 2020 Online Safety Newsletter||October 2019 Online Safety Newsletter|
|November 2019 Online Safety Newsletter||September 2019 Online Safety Newsletter|
|May 2019 Online Safety Newsletter||April 2019 Online Safety Newsletter|
In February we had our E-Safety Week below are links to some information which you might find useful.
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