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Online Safety

Online Safety

At Nantwich Primary Academy we aim to be at the forefront in keeping your child safe online. The internet is an amazing resource that children should be taught to use critically and safely.

All children must understand the risks of using the internet yet not find it a scary place. Through educating our children we ensure they are safe users.

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AGE RESTRICTIONS ON SOCIAL MEDIA

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CEOP is a command of the National Crime Agency, and is dedicated to tackling the sexual abuse and exploitation of children and young people. CEOP is there to help young people (up to age 18) who have been forced or tricked into taking part in sexual activity with anyone online or in the real world.

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iPads

iPads

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The EEF emphasises the importance of personalised learning to address individual needs and provide targeted assistance. iPads can facilitate this through adaptive learning apps, progress tracking, and tailored feedback.

Implementing iPads for staff and pupils will have an immediate impact on feedback, collaboration and complement existing learning, as well as reducing waste.

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Our computer lead is supported by a Digital Champion, Digital Leader and Student Digital Leaders. We're part of a supportive computing team across our Trust and beyond too.

OUR VISION FOR TECHNOLOGY
 

We aim to create a safe and supportive environment, where all can feel empowered to independently develop their own skills and knowledge, taking risks where necessary in order to raise aspirations.

We have identified technology as a key tool to enhance learning and support in unlocking our children’s potential. 

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KEY APPS

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SHOWBIE

Showbie allows the children to share their work electronically with their class teacher. Teachers can then send children feedback via voice note. This means the children are receiving more personalised feedback which will help them progress. Staff share key knowledge mats to help the children retrieve key information and support them in becoming Historians, Geographers and Scientists.  

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iMOVIE

Showbie allows the children to share their work electronically with their class teacher. Teachers can then send children feedback via voice note. This means the children are receiving more personalised feedback which will help them progress. Staff share key knowledge mats to help the children retrieve key information and support them in becoming Historians, Geographers and Scientists.  

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KEYNOTE

Keynote allows the children to showcase their work and present it in a fun and interactive way. Teachers are also using Keynote to develop exciting lessons. Ask your child about how they have used Key Note in school. 

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NUMBERS

Our Digital Leaders in school have developed an endless note taking template for Maths and English using this core app. Children are now able to take notes and refer to these whenever they need to retrieve or recap some of their previous learning.

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Y3 ART

Y2 SCIENCE

Y1 MATHS

EYFS LITERACY

Potential Usage of iPads Across NPA

iPads can offer interactive storytelling apps that develop reading skills, comprehension, and vocabulary, while providing visual and auditory support for early readers.

Engaging maths games on iPads motivate children to practise counting, basic arithmetic, and problem-solving, turning learning into a fun and enjoyable experience.

Augmented reality apps help students explore nature, animals, and the environment, fostering curiosity and hands-on learning while enhancing their understanding of scientific concepts.

Digital art tools on iPads enable students to experiment with various techniques, styles, and mediums, promoting creativity and self-expression while building digital literacy skills.

Y4 HISTORY

iPads can provide access to virtual field trips and interactive timelines, helping students explore historical events and places, deepening their understanding and engagement with the subject.

Y5 GEOGRAPHY

iPads can support learning about maps, landscapes, and global cultures through interactive apps and virtual tours, connecting students to the world and fostering a sense of global citizenship.

Y6 MUSIC

Music composition apps on iPads encourage students to create, record, and edit their own tunes, promoting creativity and understanding of musical concepts and structures.

WHOLE SCHOOL PE

iPads can be used to record and analyze students' movement, offer fitness and yoga apps, and track progress in physical activities, supporting a healthy and active lifestyle.

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