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Insafe Back to School Newsletter

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insafeWith the children returning to school after the summer holidays, it is a great time to go over the rules of e-safety. It is very important  to remind them of e-safety at the beginning of the school year, before they become involved in Internet research for their topics.

The Insafe back to school newsletter has lots of interesting information for schools. It was released for September and has lots of resources that ...

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Play and learn: Being online

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playandlearn1Insafe has a downloadable activities book called Play and learn: Being online which encourages home or classroom discussion about many e-safety or digital literacy points.  The publication aims, in the activities offered, to cover:

  • Visual discrimination, status symbols and bullying
  • My profile data: understanding public/private. Encouraging critical thinking about choice of information you spread
  • Reflecting on/ordering activities, critical thinking on time spent on study, gaming, ...

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Cyber Street – e-safety for all ages

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Cyber Street - e-safety for all agesCyber Street  – e-safety for all ages, is a new e-safety website which is great for older pupils and also to send home for parents. It is for all, not just children, and gives advice on the following issues:

  • Making strong secure passwords in easy language;
  • Which sorts of passwords not to make;
  • How to store passwords safely;
  • Keeping one’s identity safe;
  • Safe online banking;
  • Avoiding phishing;
  • Avoiding ...

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Pause and Think Online Video Contest

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Pause & Think OnlineThe Pause and Think Online Video Contest has been extended until the end of May so there is still time to enter.

The Pause and Think Online Video Contest is a great opportunity to address e-safety or internet safety in your school. All you have to do is make a collaborative video in which pupils sing, dance, act and/or animate their own characters to share the ...

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Safer Internet Day – What’s Happening in Oxfordshire

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The internet is a fantastic teaching resource. It opens up a world of opportunity to learn more, communicate in different ways and use the treasure trove of fun educational games and apps. We should embrace the information age we live in – it’s our children’s future.

However, we must also all take responsibility to safe-guard our children and keep them E-safe. We at ...

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