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E-Safety

The internet and other digital technologies permeate all aspects of life in a modern technological society. Internet use is part of the statutory National Curriculum and is a necessary tool for staff and pupils. It is the entitlement of every pupil to have access to the internet and digital technologies, in order to enrich their learning.  

Pupils will learn how to: 

•Use the internet and other digital technologies to support, extend and enhance learning

•Develop an understanding of the uses, importance and limitations of the internet and other digital technologies in the modern world including the need to avoid undesirable material

•Use the internet effectively for research purposes

•Evaluate information on the internet

•Report inappropriate web content

•Develop a positive attitude towards the internet and develop their ICT capability through both independent and collaborative working

•Use existing, as well as up-and-coming, technologies safely

•Use the internet safely (e-safety)

•Use ICT skills across the curriculum

  

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