Teaching Online Safety in Line with Statutory RSHE Guidance and KCSIE | Primary

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Teaching Online Safety in Line with Statutory RSHE Guidance and KCSIE | Primary

This webinar will provide headteachers, online safety leads, PSHE/RSHE leads and teachers with practical guidance and advice on developing an online safety curriculum that meets DfE statutory requirements and ensures children understand how to stay safe and behave online.

Keeping children safe in education makes it clear that schools should consider online safety when planning the curriculum as part of a requirement to ensure it is an interrelated theme whilst devising and implementing policies and procedures. The DfE also place a statutory duty on teachers to address online safety as part of their Relationships and sex education (RSE) and health education curriculum, covering areas such as online relationships, online content and online scams.

In this webinar RSE expert Rebecca Jennings, who has over 18 years’ experience delivering age-appropriate relationship and sex education to schools, explores how schools can develop an effective and engaging online safety curriculum that meets government expectations and supports children to become responsible digital citizens.

Learning Outcomes

  • Understanding how to build an online safety curriculum that meets DfE requirements and statutory expectations.

  • Recognising what an effective online safety curriculum looks like and how to engage pupils in the discussion at every opportunity.

  • Identifying the core principles of online safety that should be incorporated into the curriculum at all ages and delivering age-appropriate messages.

  • Recognising the common challenges that often face schools when developing an online safety curriculum and how to address any potential barriers before they arise.

  • Realising the importance of training staff to prepare for and teach online safety with confidence in line with statutory expectations and recommended guidance.

Rebecca Jennings

About The Expert

Rebecca Jennings

Experienced author, trainer & broadcaster, specialising in relationship and sex education.
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