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E-Safety Curriculum

At Mark Cross CE Aided Primary School, we follow the East Sussex E-Safety Scheme of Work.  Each year in Term 1, E-Safety is given a whole-school focus.  It is then consolidated on Safer Internet Days which take place bi-termly.

All staff have received continuing professional devevelopment in E-Safety.

Key Stage 1 E-Safety Curriculum

Lesson 1

To know that personal information should  not be shared when using the computer.

Lesson 2 and 3

To know who it is safe to give personal information to.


Lesson 4

To use our feelings to help us keep safe.


Lesson 5

To understand that people may not be what they seem.

Lesson 6

To know who it is safe to give personal information to.


Key Stage 2 E-Safety Curriculum

Year 3 Lesson 1

The Advantages and Disadvantages of Different Methods of Communication

An introduction to using technology to communicate.

Year 3 Lesson 2

Using The Internet

Raising children’s awareness that not everything available on the internet is true.


Year 3 Lesson 3

Being Safe With Personal Information

An introduction into the nature of personal information and why some must be kept private.


Year 4 Lesson 4

How To Use E-Mail Safely

Developing children’s understanding of the risks associated with emails such as SPAM and viruses.

Year 4 Lesson 5

Using Text Safely – Cyberbullying

Exploring how to deal with unpleasant text messages.

Year 4 Lesson 6

How To Evaluate Websites and Use Appropriate Search Engines

Children are introduced to child friendly search engines and learn why these can help them to find appropriate information.

Year 5 Lesson 7

Using Chatrooms With Care

Recap of nature of personal information and why it needs to be protected.  Also look at a case study of child who gave out too much information online.

Year 5 Lesson 8

Keeping Safe When Texting

Children are provided with a variety of scenarios to work through involving text messages.  Also how to keep their phones secure.

Year 5 Lesson 9

Sharing Images and Videos

Raising children’s awareness that there are risks associated with uploading images and videos to the internet or sharing via mobile phones.

Year 6 Lesson 10

Behaving Responsibly With Technology

A review of SMART thinking rules.  An opportunity to role play some tricky situations.

Year 6 Lesson 11

Social Networking – Safe Profiling

Learning how to stay safe as possible when involved in social networking sites – how to fill in a profile.

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