Online Safety Curriculum

E-Safety Curriculum

E-Safety is taught as a discrete topic within the ICT program, across all years for total of 6 lessons each year. Topics range from setting out the risks involved and basic understanding of how to stay safe, for the lower years, to more advanced e-safety such as legal issues and software optimising to years 10 and 11. Below is a table that outlines the e-safety delivery across the year within ICT sessions. In addition to this PSHEE delivers an extensive programme through the tutorial programme and flexible learning days.

 

Year 7 spring term

Benefits and Risks of using the internet

  • What is E-Safety
  • Using the internet
  • Personal information
  • Viruses and spyware
  • Social networking

 

Year 8 spring term

Safety Issues

  • As above +
  • Reporting E-safety
  • Cyber Bullying

 

Year 9 summer term

Protect yourself

  • Stay safe online – phishing, web site validation
  • Risk prevention – antivirus software, social media settings, browser settings
  • Safe social networking

 

Year 10 and 11 spring term

Legal issues

Copyright, file sharing, uploading, cloud, trolling, sharing media

E-Safety Curriculum

Further information regarding the delivery of the Computer Science Curriculum and when elements are delivered

For further information please take a look at the published BCS curriculum or email esafety@brixhamcollege.co.uk

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