Staying Safe and Healthy
Family Agreement materials to stay Healthy, Happy, Safe when using technology
Letter sent out to remind families about ways to keep their children safe when enjoying the use of technology. This has been shared by St Bartholomews First School who are happy for any other schools to make use of it.
Our 'Healthy Me Diary', developed with
SASP, aims to support families to build healthy habits (both physical and mental, with and without technology) by regularly recording positive, healthy behaviours. It is an opportunity for parents and children to work together to
recognise healthy habits, so they become a regular part of their lifestyle. Click the links below to download printable versions:
Healthy Me Diary - simple (2 A4 pages)
Healthy Me Diary - booklet (with symbols - 6 A4 pages)
GoBubble: Digital Communities to support pupil wellbeing
GoBubble is a safer, healthier and kinder, digital community for all children, which allows them to interact with other pupils or teachers at their school and rewards kindness. GoBubble also offers the opportunity to collaborate with peers and professionals across the world. It can support any curriculum topic and seamlessly connects with other platforms.
We are currently running a GoBubble pilot in Somerset, with a number of schools trialling the platform with their pupils and being part of a project investigating its impact on wellbeing.
Click here to find out more about our project
More details about GoBubble can be found at www.GoBubble.school.
An AV1 robot can become the student’s ‘physical presence’ in the classroom when a young person is unable to attend school. This could be due to sheltering or self isolation. These are available to Somerset schools only to hire out as and when the need arrives. Information is available on the SSE website.
Loan for AV1 robots for pupils needing to shield or self isolate
SSE offer training regarding the AV1 robots via Microsoft Teams, if you are interested in attending, please click here.
Online Safety and Computing Home Activities
Make use of the online safety rap created by Ashlands and Misterton First Schools to encourage families to come up with their own raps. This encourages children and families to continue to build the online safety habits that will help them now, and prepare them for their future. You will find the progression in behaviours on our ActiveBYTE page.
Online Safety Rap
Remote learning about 'Recognise Responsibility
FS plan and links for resources
KS1 plan and links for resources
KS2 plan and links for resources
Explanation and learning videos for Recognise Reliaiblity
eLIM have reviewed ThinkuKnow's home activities to link to our Building Habits progression for primary schools.
4 - 5 year olds remote online safety learning linking habits to ThinkuKnow resources
5 - 7 year olds remote online safety learning linking habits to ThinkuKnow resources
8 - 10 year olds remote online safety learning linking habits to ThinkuKnow resources
eLIM have adapted some New Wessex Planning to provide home learning activities for Technology in our Lives:
Year 1 and 2
Discovering technology in our homes
Year 3 and 4
Thinking about technology in our communities
Year 5 and 6
Considering access to technology across the world
Barefoot Computing have published a
number of home activities
Learning resource directories
DfE Online Learning resources
BBC Bitesize Daily Lessons
BBC iPlayer Bitesize Daily