E-Safety in Primary Schools

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E-Safety in Primary Schools by Mind Map: E-Safety in Primary Schools

1. What Important documents nhave influenced E-Safety in Primary School?

1.1. The Byron Review

1.2. BECTA Advice booklet

2. What encompasses E-Safety?

2.1. Chatting

2.2. Emailing

2.3. Mobiles

2.4. Chatrooms

2.5. Social Networking

2.6. File sharing

2.7. Gaming

3. The Teacher's Role

3.1. Lesson Plans

3.1.1. Medium term E-Safety lesson plan - KS2

3.2. Reources

3.2.1. KS1

3.2.1.1. using stories

3.2.2. KS2

3.2.2.1. Risks of Esafety

3.2.2.1.1. 'Caught in the web'

4. Personal Professional Conduct

4.1. Consider this article... What do you want your Digital Dossier to be like

4.2. What is appropriate actitivity for Teachers and NQTs?

4.2.1. First of all, prevent this from happening by setting your social networking profile to private so that only your chosen friends can see any photos you publish on it.

4.2.2. Think before you post any photos of yourself (or comments) on the internet - ask yourself if you'd be comfortable with your students and their parents, your colleagues or your manager seeing them?

4.2.3. Ask your friends to think before they tag you in a photo - especially if their social networking profile is ‘public'.

4.2.4. Keep your professional and personal life separate - it's recommended that you don't become ‘friends' with any of your current or former students on your social networking site.

4.2.5. Remember your role within the school community and that you should always consider how your conduct could affect your professional reputation and the reputation of your school.

4.2.6. If you're a member of a teaching union, you could get their advice about professional conduct.

4.2.7. If your students or someone else come across information or images of you on the internet that they shouldn't, speak to a senior manager (eg head teacher) immediately.

4.2.8. Your senior management team should offer you adequate emotional and practical support during the process. If they don't, contact your teaching union for assistance. You can find contact details for the UK teaching unions here.

4.3. Shocking stories about teachers and the net

5. Appropriate Conduct fot Children

5.1. Policies and Rules

5.1.1. Example Rule

5.1.2. Activity for Children to construct their own penumonics, similar to SMART