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Staying Safe in the Primary Classroom

Ensure that all your students are risk aware and safe in the ever-changing online environment

Inhouse Training Course In-house

This course is only available to be delivered in your school. To find out how we can tailor this course to fit your needs, call our in-house team on 020 8253 8241 to receive a free, no-obligation quote.

If you are looking to attend a course externally, you may be interested in Safeguarding: Online and Mobile Technologies.

Suitable for: Teachers who are keen to ensure that online and mobile technologies can be fully utilised safely as part of the schools' curriculum, who may also have to educate pupils of the possible dangers online and how to deal with them.

Phases suitable for:

  • EYFS
  • Primary

Course Reference: 1172WW

The popularity of online and mobile technologies can be used positively in education, but staff and students need to be protected. Parents, carers and school staff have a responsibility to take an active interest and to ensure that safeguarding strategies are in place and implemented. This course will examine the potential safeguarding issues related to online and mobile technologies and explore possible solutions and means of implementing these in the primary classroom.

  • Develop more robust classroom structures to support online safeguarding, including e-safety and Acceptable Use Policy
  • Understand the range of e-safety issues - from sexting to accessing inappropriate material
  • Help pupils to recognise when they may be vulnerable online, and communicate key safety messages
  • Increase awareness of the wider network for information, advise and for reporting abuse
  • Provide more support and guidance for parents and carers


The digital world
  • Background and context - technologies and threats
  • What is life like for a young person in the digital world?
  • Who is who? The wider network, their roles and how they can support e-safety
E-safety in your classroom
  • Where are you now? An e-safety audit
  • The role of the school in promoting e-safety
  • Developing guidelines for your classroom; e-safety, sociable media and acceptable use
E-safety and young people
  • Identify how young people use online and mobile technologies
  • Information, advice and guidance for staying safe in the classroom and when away from direct supervision
  • Signs and indicators of cyber bullying and online grooming
Real school scenarios and solutions
  • Resources for teaching and promoting e-safety in your classroom
  • working with parents and carers
  • Promoting online resilience
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