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E-Safety guidance for Parents/Carers:

As part of our ongoing commitment to the safety of our students, we aim to equip not only students, but their families with the knowledge, understanding and skills to use information and communication technology creatively, purposefully and safely. Technology plays a big part in our lives today and it is vital that everyone can navigate the online world safely and positively.

Each year group will have a set of lessons dedicated to ensuring that they are able to use the internet and the www safely and within the law. Linked to this page you will find a number of documents with information about the topics your child will be engaged in. The information is for families to use and discuss. It is hoped that it will help parents and guardians understand elements they are unfamiliar with, as well as give them starting points to discuss safety with their child.

Resources:
Year 7
DescriptionDownload
RE: Cyberbullying
RE: Respecting Creative Work
RE: Digital Life 101
RE: Online Security
RE: Strategic Searching

Year 8
DescriptionDownload
RE: Boys Girls and Media Messages
RE: Digital Life
RE: Respecting Creativework
RE: Safe Online Talk
RE: Self Expression and Identity

Year 9
DescriptionDownload
RE: Cyberbullying
RE: Dealing With Digital Drama
RE: Protecting and Respecting Privacy
RE: Research and Evaluation
RE: Respecting Creative Work

Year 10
DescriptionDownload
RE: Cyberbullying
RE: Boys Girls and Media Messages
RE: Digital Life
RE: Plagiarism and Piracy
RE: Privacy and Digital Footprints

Year 11
DescriptionDownload
RE: Connected Culture
RE: Digital Relationships
RE: Online Self-Expression
RE: Risky Online Relationships

Year 12
DescriptionDownload
RE: Boys Girls and Media Messages
RE: Cyberbullying
RE: Online Security
RE: Plagiarism and Piracy
RE: Privacy and Digital Footprints

Year 13
DescriptionDownload
RE: Cyberbullying
RE: Online Security
RE: Privacy and Digital Footprints
RE: Research and Evaluation
RE: Wikipedia
The information comes from https://www.commonsense.org/education/ .
Please note: a paper version of all documents is available upon request