Education for a Connected World (2020 Edition)

Many schools are following the government’s framework Education for a Connected World. We have mapped our resources (particularly the e-safety and internet research activity packs) to the 8 aspects, divided into the age groups (4-7 and 7-11). Use the dropdown menu below each aspect to see which activities and resources  cover the different outcomes.

Ages 4-7

I can explain ways in which someone might change their identity depending on what they are doing online
(e.g. gaming; using an avatar; social media) and why.

I can describe positive ways for someone to interact with others online and understand how this will positively impact on how others perceive them.

I can explain that others online can pretend to be someone else, including my friends, and can suggest reasons why they might do this.
(Activity 1 and 3 of KS1 E-safety)

I can describe issues online that could make anyone feel sad, worried, uncomfortable or frightened. I know and can give examples of how to get help, both on and offline.
(Activity 3 and 4 – of KS1 E-safety)

I can explain how other people may look and act differently online and offline.
(Activity 6 – of KS1 E-safety)

I can recognise some ways in which the internet can be used to communicate.

I can give examples of how I (might) use technology to communicate with people I know.
 (Year 2 Recognise Uses of IT – Activity 3)

I can explain who I should ask before sharing things about myself or others online.
(Key Stage 1 E-safety Activity 3)

I can explain who I should ask before sharing things about myself or others online.

I can describe different ways to ask for, give, or deny my permission online and can identify who can help me if I am not sure.
(Key Stage 1 E-safety Activity 5)

I can explain what it means to ‘know someone’ online and why this might be different from knowing someone offline. 
(Key Stage 1 E-safety Activity 3 Lee and Kim video)

I can describe what information I should not put online without asking a trusted adult first. 

I can describe how anyone’s online information could be seen by others.

I know who to talk to if something has been put online without consent or if it is incorrect.
(Key Stage 1 E-safety Activity 1-3)

 

I can describe ways that some people can be unkind online.

I can describe how to behave online in ways that do not upset others and can give examples.

I can explain what bullying is, how people may bully others and how bullying can make someone feel.

I can offer examples of how this can make others feel.

I can explain why anyone who experiences bullying is not to blame.

I can talk about how anyone experiencing bullying can get help.
(Key Stage 1 E-safety Activity 3 Lee and Kim video plus Troll Stinks book)

 I can talk about how to use the internet as a way of finding information online.
I can identify devices I could use to access information on the internet.
(Year 2 Recognise Uses of IT – Activity 3)

I can give simple examples of how to find information using digital technologies
(Year 2 Internet Research)

I know / understand that we can encounter a range of things online including things we like and don’t like as well as things which are real or make believe / a joke.

I know how to get help from a trusted adult if we see content that makes us feel sad, uncomfortable worried or frightened.
(Key Stage 1 E-safety Activity 4)

I can use simple keywords in search engines.

I can demonstrate how to navigate a simple webpage to get to information I need (e.g. home, forward, back buttons; links, tabs and sections).
(Year 2 Internet Research)

I can explain the difference between things that are imaginary, ‘made up’ or ‘make believe’ and things that are ‘true’ or ‘real’.

I can explain why some information I find online may not be real or true.
(Key Stage 1 E-safety Activity 7)

I can identify rules that help keep us safe and healthy in and beyond the home when using technology.

I can give some simple examples of these rules.

I can explain rules to keep myself safe when using technology both in and beyond the home. (Activity 2 of EYFS Computer Discovery)

 

I can identify some simple examples of my personal information (e.g. name, address, birthday, age, location).
(Key Stage 1 E-safety Activity 1 and 3)

I can describe who would be trustworthy to share this information with; I can explain why they are trusted.
(Key Stage 1 E-safety Activity 2)

I can explain why it is important to always ask a trusted adult before sharing any personal information online, belonging to myself or others.
(Key Stage 1 E-safety Activity 3)

I can explain how some people may have devices in their homes connected to the internet and give examples (e.g. lights, fridges, toys, televisions).
 (Year 2 Recognise Uses of IT – Activity 3)

I can save my work under a suitable title / name so that others know it belongs to me (e.g. filename, name on content).

(Many of the creation packs in Year 2 allow pupils to save their work as a filename, such as their name, particularly the Year 2 Digital Art)

Ages 7-11

I can explain what is meant by the term ‘identity’.
I can explain how people can represent themselves in different ways online.
I can explain ways in which someone might change their identity depending on what they are doing online (e.g. gaming; using an avatar; social media) and why.

I can explain that others online can pretend to be someone else, including my friends, and can suggest reasons why they might do this.
(Activity 3 of KS1 E-safety and Activity 1 of KS2 E-safety)

I can demonstrate how to make responsible choices about having an online identity, depending on context.
(Activity 3 of KS2 E-safety)

I can describe issues online that could make anyone feel sad, worried, uncomfortable or frightened. I know and can give examples of how to get help, both on and offline.

I can explain the importance of asking until I get the help needed.
(Jigsaw and Caught in the Web activities from KS2 E-safety)

I can describe ways people who have similar likes and interests can get together online.
I can explain how someone’s feelings can be hurt by what is said or written online.
(Activity 1 of KS2 E-safety)

I can explain why someone may change their mind about trusting anyone with something if they feel nervous, uncomfortable or worried.
Activity 3 (Lee and Kim) of KS1 E-safety

I can explain the importance of giving and gaining permission before sharing things online; how the principles of sharing online is the same as sharing offline e.g. sharing images and videos.
I can explain how content shared online may feel unimportant to one person but may be important to other people’s thoughts feelings and beliefs.
(Activity 2 of KS2 E-safety)

I can give examples of how to be respectful to others online and describe how to recognise healthy and unhealthy online behaviours. (Activity 3 – Kindness Kingdom of KS2 E-safety)

I can explain that there are some people I communicate with online who may want to do me or my friends harm. I can recognise that this is not my /our fault.
I can explain how someone can get help if they are having problems and identify when to tell a trusted adult.
(Jigsaw video and activity from Year5/6 section of KS2 E-safety)

I can describe how things shared privately online can have unintended consequences for others. e.g. screen-grabs.
I can explain that taking or sharing inappropriate images of someone (e.g. embarrassing images), even if they say it is okay, may have an impact for the sharer and others; and who can help if someone is worried about this.
(Caught in the Web video from Year 5/6 section of KS2 E-safety)

I can give examples of what anyone may or may not be willing to share about themselves online. I can explain the need to be careful before sharing anything personal.

I can explain who someone can ask if they are unsure about putting something online.

I can explain ways that some of the information about anyone online could have been created, copied or shared by others.
(Jigsaw video and activity from Year5/6 section of KS2 E-safety)

I can describe ways that information about anyone online can be used by others to make judgments about an individual and why these may be incorrect.
(Caught in the Web video from Year 5/6 section of KS2 E-safety)

 

I can describe ways people can be bullied through a range of media (e.g. image, video, text, chat).
I can explain why people need to think carefully about how content they post might affect others, their feelings and how it may affect how others feel about them (their reputation).(Activity 2 of KS2 E-safety)

I can recognise online bullying can be different to bullying in the physical world and can describe some of those differences.
(Caught in the Web video from Year 5/6 section of KS2 E-safety + Troll Stinks book)

I can describe the helpline services which can help people experiencing bullying, and how to access them.
(Jigsaw video and activity from Year5/6 section of KS2 E-safety)

Plus the Digital Password activity includes online bullying scenarios.

I can demonstrate how to use key phrases in search engines to gather accurate information online.
I can explain how search engines work and how results are selected and ranked.
I can explain how to use search technologies effectively.
(Year 4 Internet Research)

I can explain the difference between a ‘belief’, an ‘opinion’ and a ‘fact. and can give examples of how and where they might be shared online. (Activity 5 from Year 4 Internet Research) + Reality Reality River Resource.

I can analyse information to make a judgement about probable accuracy and I understand why it is important to make my own decisions regarding content and that my decisions are respected by others. (Activity 4 from Year 4 Internet Research)

I can explain that technology can be designed to act like or impersonate living things (e.g. bots) and describe what the benefits and the risks might be. (Year 6 Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence)

I can explain what is meant by fake news e.g. why some people will create stories or alter photographs and put them online to pretend something is true when it isn’t.
I can evaluate digital content and can explain how to make choices about what is trustworthy e.g. differentiating between adverts and search results.(Activity 5 from Year 4 Internet Research)

I can explain why spending too much time using technology can sometimes have a negative impact on anyone, e.g. mood, sleep, body, relationships; I can give some examples of both positive and negative activities where it is easy to spend a lot of time engaged (e.g. doing homework, games, films, videos).
I can identify times or situations when someone may need to limit the amount of time they use technology e.g. I can suggest strategies to help with limiting this time.(HTML Heros video from Year 3/4 section and Caught in the Web video from Year 5/6 section of KS2 E-safety)

Plus the But It’s Just a Game Book covers addition to computer games.

I can describe simple strategies for creating and keeping passwords private.

I can explain what a strong password is and demonstrate how to create one. Digital Password activity

I can give reasons why someone should only share information with people they choose to and can trust.
I can explain that if they are not sure or feel pressured then they should tell a trusted adult. (Jigsaw video and activity from Year5/6 section of KS2 E-safety)

I can demonstrate how to make references to and acknowledge sources I have used from the internet. (Activity 3 from Year 4 Internet Research)