Link to E-safety information for parents and carersAt Gawber we know that in order to successfully benefit from the endless learning opportunities the internet provides it is imperative that teaching our children to stay safe online is at the heart of our curriculum. We focus on E- safety throughout the year across all areas of the curriculum but particularly in computing and RSHE. We reinforce these messages in assemblies and celebrate the importance of E-safety education on Internet Safety Day each February.
Think Fun - All AgesUnplugged activities for children to learn the basics about algorithms without a computer
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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