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Online safety through primary computing - short course

CP469 Live remote training course

This short course will support the needs of schools in ensuring that they keep children safe whilst teaching computing and using technology to access the full primary curriculum.

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Key stage 1 Key stage 2 Teach primary computing certificate
Live remote training course 90 minutes

  • Live remote training 24 April 13:30—24 April 2024
  • Live remote training 25 April 16:00—25 April 2024
  • Live remote training 1 May 14:00—1 May 2024
  • Live remote training 13 May 15:30—13 May 2024
  • Leicester 23 May 09:00—23 May 2024
  • Leicester 23 May 13:00—23 May 2024
  • Live remote training 24 May 09:15—24 May 2024
  • Live remote training 5 June 16:00—5 June 2024
  • Live remote training 6 June 15:45—6 June 2024
  • Live remote training 13 June 13:30—13 June 2024
  • Live remote training 4 July 16:00—4 July 2024
  • Live remote training 5 July 09:00—5 July 2024
  • Live remote training 17 July 09:00—17 July 2024
  • Live remote training 23 July 18:00—23 July 2024

This short course will support the needs of schools in ensuring that they keep children safe whilst teaching computing and using technology to access the full primary curriculum.

Online safety is a whole-school priority, and can be supported effectively through a high-quality computing curriculum. Using high-quality, evidence-based resources and best practice this CPD supports computing subject leaders to develop safe and respectful use of online technologies among all children.

You'll discover where to find the most up-to-date, authoritative, and accessible sources of learning support for this vital aspect of the primary curriculum. Working with colleagues with responsibility for safeguarding and school leadership, you'll be confident that curriculum provision meets requirements and supports the needs of children in your school.

Outcomes

  • identify where online safety fits within the computing and wider curriculum
  • engage with evidence based best practice and resources supporting online safety
  • develop confidence in the schools' approach to online safety by ensuring teaching is well-informed and up-to-date

This course is part of Teach primary computing

Teach primary computing

Our nationally recognised qualification will support you to demonstrate your commitment to developing your own practice and to computing as a school subject.

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