Are you looking for ideas for Safer Internet Day on the 9th of February? Try Hamilton's short blocks of activities for key stage 1 and key stage 2.
Hamilton's E-Safety and Digital Citizenship mini-topics for key stage 1 and upper key stage 2 are just the ticket to put together a single activity or a whole week's worth sessions to help your children make good choices on-line.
Our short key stage 1 topic uses a rainbow structure helps children begin to understand the complex on-line world of opportunities with each colour linked to a key aspect of internet safety:
Children review the 5 sessions by becoming internet agony aunts or uncles and writing an e-safety song to sum up their learning.
Our short key stage 2 topic has 5 separate sessions which can be taught individually or pulled together with the framework of designing and making a cyber-safety board game that covers the following key areas:
Children can review everything they have learned in a final plenary activity by inviting guests into the classroom to play their cyber-safety game.