Online Safety Training 26th January 2020

In Association with The Pargaon Teaching School Alliance and Hampton Hargate Primary School, Peterborough

AUDIENCE:
KS1 and KS2 Computing/PSHE Leads

YOU WILL:

  • Know how to assess your E-Safeguarding policies, procedures and practices with 360 Safe tool
  • Understand the difference and overlap between online safety and digital literacy and how these impact on planning
  • Explore ways to teach about fake news copyright, plagiarism and to evaluate websites
  • Review Education for a Connected World Framework and discuss how it could be used in your school
  • Understand Cyber security risks (including personal data, phising, scams and ransomware) for your schools and how to reduce them
  • Consider your schools position on online learning and remote teaching
  • Share online safety resources

Tuesday 26th January 2021 -  9.30 am - 4.30 pm
COST:  £95.00
VENUE:  Hampton Hargate Primary School.  PE7 8BZ

(ICoViD19 - if Government guidance suggests that face-to-face trainingis not approrpaiate this course will be run as two Microsoft Teams sessions.)

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Please note: All administration arrangements are being made via the Paragon Trust. Please direct all enquires to the Paragon Trust in the first instance

ICT/ Computing Leaders' Day 13th Oct 2020

In Association with The Pargaon Teaching School Alliance and Hampton Hargate Primary School, Peterborough

AUDIENCE:
KS1 & KS2 teachers with responsibility for leading Computing /ICT. Suitable for both new/aspiring
computing leads as well as more experienced colleagues.

YOU WILL:
Understand the Computing programme of study including key vocabulary, what it means and how to teach it at KS1 & KS2
Consider how to prepare for an Ofsted deep dive into Computing –understanding progression, collecting and sharing evidence, assessment, evaluating Teaching & Learning in computing, planning for success
Discuss different ways to organise the computing curriculum in primary schools 
Know how to take staff with you when developing the computing curriculum and how to access a range of CPD for developing subject knowledge and skills
Share ideas on curriculum resources (hardware and software) including what’s good to buy, 
what is available for free and how to make the most of what you have.

This course will be delivered via Microsoft Teams 

Part 1 - Tuesday 13th October 2020  - 1.00 pm - 4.30 pm

Part 2  - Tuesday 3rd November 2020 - 4.00 pm - 5.30 pm

COST:  £95.00
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Please note: All administration arrangements are being made via the Paragon Trust. Please direct all enquires to the Paragon Trust in the first instance

 

Sex and Relationships Education Resource Update

From September 2020 Relationships Education and Relationships and Sex education will be compulsory for all secondary aged pupils in England and Relationships Education for all primary aged pupils in England. Health Education will be compulsory for all pupils in state- maintained schools. 

The UKCCIS framework Eductaion for A Connected World offers guidance about the digital knowledge and skills that children and young people should have the opportunity to develop at different ages and stages of their lives and is an essential tool in developing Sex and Relationship Education, Relationship Education and Heath Education for pupils of all ages. 

ProjectEVOLVE resources each of the 330 statements from Education for a COnnected World with perspectives; research; activities; outcomes; supporting resources and professional development materials. All materialsincluding lesson guides are free. 

DfE changes to KCSiE

The new version of the DfE’s statutory safeguarding guidance “Keeping Children Safe in Education” was released on the 17th June. It comes into effect on the 1st September, so it is important that designated safeguarding leads and governors know what changes have been made.

Some of those changes include:

Covid-19

Mental Health

Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE)

Child Criminal Exploitation (CCE)

Online safety

Supply teachers

The following places offer detailed break down of the changes:

Andre Hall’s video

Becki Avery’s blog from the Education People, formally Kent County Council

LGfL Digisafe’s  blog

Parents - Scare or Prepare?

Periodically, we all recieve warnings about 'bad stuff' happening on the Internet. Our first instinct is to then pass that warning on to our friends, colleagues, pupils and children. And when the warning comes from an official source it almost seems as if its our duty to inform as many people as possible. But should we be doing this?

Mark Bentley, our Online Safety colleague at LGfL has written a really useful blog post (about the dangers of sharing hoax online safety news stories and how to respond next time someone asks you to do so. There's also a great poster to use with your class when they get back in September.

Other Useful Links

 

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