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- To understand that cyberbullying involves being unkind online
Internet and safety harms > Pupils should know:
- That for most people the internet is an integral part of life and has many benefits.
- That the internet can also be a negative place where online abuse, trolling, bullying and harassment can take place, which can have a negative impact on mental health.
- Where and how to report concerns and get support with issues online
- Where and how to report concerns and get support with issues online.
Mental wellbeing > Pupils should know:
- That bullying (including cyberbullying) has a negative and often lasting impact on mental wellbeing.
- Where to get advice e.g. family, school and/or other sources.
Online relationships > Pupils should know:
- The rules and principles for keeping safe online, how to recognise risks, harmful content and contact, and how to report them.
- where and how to report concerns and get support with issues online.
National curriculum Computing links:
- Pupils should be able to use technology safely, respectfully and responsibly; recognise acceptable/unacceptable behaviour; identify a range of ways to report concerns about content and contact.
Pupils needing extra support: Provide pupils with a scenario for them to then suggest a course of action to.
Pupils working at greater depth: Encourage them to think carefully about what we mean by cyberbullying and being unkind online and Something that is difficult to achieve. them to think about how they can avoid doing it themselves.
Assessing pupils' progress and understanding
In this topic
- Lesson 1: First Aid: Emergencies and calling for help
- Lesson 2: First Aid: bites and stings
- Lesson 3: Be kind online
- Lesson 4: Cyberbullying
- Lesson 5: Fake emails
- Lesson 6: Drugs, alcohol and tobacco: making choices
- Lesson 7: Drugs, alcohol and tobacco: influences
- Lesson 8: Keeping safe out and about