Please find below an overview of our E-Safety Curriculum. If you require any further information, please speak to Miss Leighton.

Reception: The Adventures of Smartie the Penguin

Children learn about who they can trust to ask for help when something is wrong. They also learn that they should never talk to strangers.

Year 1: Digiduck’s Big Decision

Children learn about making suitable choices. They learn about asking permission from a friend before using their photograph.

Year 2: Clicky, Router and The Webville Outlaws

Children learn how to keep safe when using the Internet and who they can trust, if something is wrong. Linked to this, they learn the song 'It's ok to tell'.

Year 3: The Adventures of Kara, Winston and the SMART crew (Part 1)

Children are introduced to the SMART crew and further develop their understanding of the SMART acronym. They learn to understand what a reliable source of information is. They learn to understand what is acceptable in terms of reliability of sources.

Year 4: The Adventures of Kara, Winston and the SMART crew (Part 2)

Children learn to understand what information should be kept safe ('information wise'). They also learn to understand who to go to if they are upset and need to tell. They also learn to understand safety issues about meeting up with people.

Year 5: Tracey Beaker – You choose

Children learn how to keep themselves safe when talking to friends online, cyber-bullying and plagiarism (including copyright laws).

Year 6: Caught in the Web (Newsround Special)

Children learn about the implications of meeting up with people who you do not know. They also find out about how to protect themselves.

E-Safety issues are also embedded, as appropriate to the age of the children, in all aspects of the curriculum and other school activities.