Nascot Wood Infant & Nursery School
Nascot Wood Road
Watford
Hertfordshire
WD17 4YT
Tel:01923 239653
admin@nascotwoodinfants.herts.sch.uk
November 8 2016

Learning Resources

Ben Swain

Foundation Years
Visit this website for more information about how your child learns and develops during their first 5 years. The website also includes the useful booklet ‘What to expect, when?‘ what to expect in the first five years in relation to the seven areas of learning in the EYFS.

E-Safety

At Nascot Wood Infant and Nursery School we want to ensure children and families know how to stay safe online know how to avoid and deal with any forms of cyber bullying.

The following documents and websites support parents in finding out more information about e-safety and social media.

Think U Know

The Think U Know website offers a range of useful resources that can be used at home to reinforce the message of Online Safety. These include:

4 to 7s Year Olds
Jessie and Friends: thinkuknow.co.uk/professionals/resources/jessie-and-friends/
A three-episode animated series and resource pack aimed at giving 4 to 7s the knowledge and skills to stay safe online. It includes session plans, storybooks and activities to designed to be used across a range of settings.

8 to 10 Year Olds
Play Like Share: thinkuknow.co.uk/professionals/resources/play-like-share/
This animated series and resource pack helps 8 to 10s to stay safe from sexual abuse, exploitation, and other risks they might encounter online. It looks at identifying the signs of manipulative or threatening online behaviour and how to respond safely.

Band Runner and 8-10s website: thinkuknow.co.uk/8_10/
Band Runner is a fun interactive game that helps 8 to 10 year olds learn how to stay safe from risks they might encounter online. It is hosted on the 8-10s website which also features clear and practical online safety advice.

#LiveSkills: thinkuknow.co.uk/professionals/resources/live-streaming/
#LiveSkills is a package of resources for 8 to 18s that focus on the features of live streaming and the specific risks young people can face. Activities are designed to explore positive and negative attention, and responding safely to pressure online.

Parents and Carers

Thinkuknow parents and carers website: thinkuknow.co.uk/parents
Parents and carers can find guidance on talking to their child about sex, relationships and the internet, and advice on how to support their child if they are a victim of online grooming and sexual abuse.

Parents and carers presentations: thinkuknow.co.uk/professionals/resources/parents-and-carers-presentations/
30-45 minute presentations that can be delivered to parents and carers of primary and secondary aged children. Presentation content covers what young people do online, how to respond to online risks, and what resources parents can use to protect their child from sexual abuse online.

Nude Selfies: what parents and carers need to know: thinkuknow.co.uk/professionals/resources/nude-selfies/
Four animated films offer parents and carers advice on how to keep their children safe from the risks associated with the sharing of nude and nearly nude images.

Online Safety At Home:
Activity Packs: thinkuknow.co.uk/parents/Support-tools/home-activity-worksheets/  
Video Guides: thinkuknow.co.uk/parents/Support-tools/presentations-for-parents/  
Simple, 15-minute activity packs suitable for home learning. Activity pack content covers a range of age appropriate online safety themes. Accompanying video guides for parents and carers provide advice and practical safety information on topics such as sharing images, live streaming and gaming.