Online Resources Beyond Blocks is a company who is running creative sessions with the school using LEGO to inspire pupils to learn Programming, Engineering and Design. The sessions aim to inspire children to create awesome things while learning along the way!

There are many other excellent resources online that you can access from home to support and enrich your child's learning.

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To make the most of the internet, children need to make smart decisions. Be Internet Legends empowers younger children to use the web safely and wisely, so they can be confident explorers of the online world.

Children can become Internet Legends with Interland, an online adventure that teaches the key lessons of internet safety through four fun, challenging games.

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Access Interland and enjoy your online adventure here:

To follow monthly developments in online safety issues please check out #Ditto - the online magazine from Education Consultant Alan Mackenzie/ #Ditto is designed to keep you up to date with risks, issues, advice and guidance related to keeping children safe online, with a view to enjoying and learning about technology.

#DITTO is a free online safety (e-safety) newsletter in PDF format for schools, organizations and parents to keep you up to date with risks, issues, advice and guidance related to keeping children safe online, with a view to enjoying and learning about technology. A new edition is released approx. every 6 weeks.

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We often have parents ask us for advice about managing screen time and devices at home. All year groups teach a unit of E-safety (digital citizenship) each year, covering topics from how to communicate in an email to how to spot false advertising and stranger danger online.

Your child’s chances of being a stronger (and safer) digital citizen are greatly improved if you are a part of the conversation: setting boundaries and sharing in your child’s online experiences. Apps like Google’s Family Link (other apps are available!) help manage your child’s access and enable you as a parent to monitor and discuss what your child can see online. With the app you can view what your child is seeing, set time limits for apps and devices and point you in the direction of recommended apps (Scratch is particularly recommended by us to support computing lessons).

You can download Family Link here to get started:

Busy Things is a computer based programme with a large collection of interactive games and activities to help you in supporting your child’s learning at home. Busy Things is used throughout school and activities are linked directly to the wider curriculum. The programme runs on a computer, laptop or tablet.

Busy Things aims to help teachers and parents connect with the digital generation by combining fun and laughter with the highest quality of curriculum-linked content.

By developing new educational content and a range of apps to further engage children’s interest, Busy Things makes learning fun in as many ways as possible.

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You can use your child's LGfL USO login and password (name.314) to access content and assignments that has been set up by their teacher, or browse as a guest.

UK Safer Internet Centre is a partnership of three leading charities with a mission to make the internet a better place for children and young people.

Here you can find online safety tips, advice and resources to help children and young people stay safe online.

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Teach Computing offers Home teaching, which is a programme designed to help students to continue their computing studies while at home. Teachers and parents will be able to schedule the activities as part of the school day or as extra-curricular activities.

The units of work feature high-quality and fun computing activities that are grouped by key stage.

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CEOP is a law enforcement agency and is here to keep children and young people safe from sexual exploitation and abuse. Please follow the link below to start your report to one of CEOP’s Child Protection Advisors.