Digital Learning and E-Safety for Parents

Welcome to the Digital Learning section of the Airyhall School website!

Through this page, we will be sharing some useful resources and webpages to support digital learning and internet safety at home. We would also like to take this opportunity to thank the PTA for all their fundraising efforts, which have resulted in Airyhall being able to purchase a large number of Google Chromebook devices. These will help our children become more digitally literate and get them to grips with the ever evolving world of technology.

Digital Learning Resources for Parents

Following on from some recent parent workshops linked to Digital Learning, I have attached some of the documents that were used to support the training. Hopefully, these will be of use when it comes to supporting Digital Technologies at home. If you have any questions, or would be interested in any further workshops, please contact Mrs Jones.

Texthelp Toolbar Cheat Sheet:

Texthelp Toolbar Guide 

Texthelp Superheroes Tasks:

Text Help Heroes Workshop 

Login Sheet:

Login Instructions

Keyboard Games & App Suggestions:

Digital Learning Apps and Online Games

E-Safety & Cyber Resilience Resources for Parents

Staying safe online is paramount and there will be a big focus on Internet Safety at the beginning of February. The children will be learning how to become ‘Internet Legends’ following the new Google curriculum. This will involve focusing on the key principles of staying safe online: Be Sharp, Be Alert, Be Secure, Be Kind and Be Brave.

Through class activities and tackling the Interland World – children will become a confident explorer of the online world. The following link for parents will hopefully provide some further information:

https://beinternetlegends.withgoogle.com/en_uk/parents

UK Safer Internet Centre 

This website provides parents with a wealth of information about helping to keep children safe online.  As well as other information, this website includes guides on:

  • Parental controls offered by home internet providers.
  • Guides to different types of technology e.g. smartphones, gaming devices, tablets and smart televisions.
  • Safety tools on social networks and other online services e.g. web browsers.

CEOP – Child Exploitation and Online Protection

A police agency tackling child abuse on the internet. This website includes a unique facility that enables parents and young people to make reports of actual or attempted abuse online.  This button, which will be found on many different sites will take you straight to the CEOP website.

reporttoceop

 

Childnet

Childline

NSPCC

Internet Matters

Think You Know

PEGI Ratings

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