This week’s homework is Talk Time.
I can discuss how to stay safe online.
Children have learnt lots about e-safety this week. Now’s the time to discuss what they’ve found out. Some ideas and suggestions might be new to adults too, so it’s a really important discussion to have.
This time we’re asking children to make a quick list of 10 top tips for staying safe online – it doesn’t need to be colourful or creative. Talk Time homework doesn’t need lots of evidence in the homework books; sometimes, we’ll suggest that just a comment from an adult to say you’ve discussed it is enough.
A good website is: www.thinkuknow.co.uk/
Talk Time homework works best if you:
- switch the TV off
- get a few different adults around – mums, dads, aunts, cousins, grandads, neighbours
- take it in turns to speak
- adults go first (to show children how to discuss in sentences: “One way we can stay safe online is…”)
- write notes about what you discussed (perhaps a list of 10 top tips for staying safe online?)