E-Safety

At Redhill one of our Computing aims is to develop the children's understanding of how digital systems work and for them to become digitally literate individuals. We know that the children will need educating in the use of the internet to be able to do this. With new technologies emerging daily and the need to communicate online through use of blogging, social networking and gaming, we know that the children will need to be taught how to behave on line. The breadth of issues classified within e-safety is considerable, but can be categorised into three areas of risk:

  • content: being exposed to illegal, inappropriate or harmful material
  • contact: being subjected to harmful online interaction with other users
  • conduct: personal online behaviour that increases the likelihood of, or causes, harm

Our computing scheme of work educates children from nursery through to year 6.

If you have any concerns with E-safety/Awareness, please get in touch with your child's teacher.

Helpful Documents

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Online Safety Guides for Parents and Carers
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Think You Know - Educational Game
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Parents Guide to Snapchat
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Parents Guide to Tik Tok
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Parents Guide to YouTube
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Understanding Digital Parenting
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11 Digital Dangers Hiding In Plain Site
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Gaming Safety Guide
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Parents Guide to Roblox
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Cyber-Bullying Prevention Tips
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Top Tips For Nintendo
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Top Tips For Xbox One and 360
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Top Tips For PS3 and PSP
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Top Tips For PS4 and Vita
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Shopper's Checklist - Gaming devices
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