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Staying Safe!

Thursday, 19 July 2018

PCSO Finney talking to Year 6.

On Thursday 19th July PCSO Finney came into school to talk to the Year 6 children who will soon be leaving us.

PCSO Finney wanted to talk to the children about how to stay safe on the streets and avoid being taken in by gangs.  He also explained the dangers of crime and what the children can do to stay safe.

It was a very informative session and the children found it very helpful!

Fire Safety Talk

Thursday, 21 June 2018

Year 4 during their talk

On Thursday 21st June the children from Year 4 were visited by some Fire Fighters who came into school to talk to the children about keeping safe at home.

The Fire Fighters also spoke to the children about what they should do in the event of a fire and how they can help to look after themselves and other members of the family.

The children learned a lot and were very grateful to the Fire Fighters for giving up their time to come into school.

Anti-Bullying Assembly

Friday, 8 June 2018

All of our keys to being a good friend!

On Friday 8th June we held a special Anti-Bullying, Anti-Racism and Internet Safety Assembly where each class shared some of the work they had completed during the week in school – more photos can be seen on our special events page!

It was wonderful to hear and see some of the exciting activities the children have been completing about being a good friend, what to do if they or someone they know is being bullying, how to mend a broken heart, how to stay safe online and much more!

We linked our work this week with the virtues we are leaning about this half term – attentive and discerning.

One child commented, “We can be attentive to Jesus as he sets us a good example and discerning in the choices we make being a friend to others.”

At the end of the assembly each class brought forward a set of keys which reminds us of the key to being a good friend!

Well done everyone!

Anti-bulling week – internet safety!

Wednesday, 6 June 2018

Juliet working with some of our Year 6 children.

On Wednesday 6th June during our anti-bullying week Juliet Joy came into school to talk to the children about how to stay safe online whilst still enjoying using the internet.

The children from Year 6 and 5 took part in the workshop which helped them to understand how the digital world is linked to the real world and behaviour online should mirror behaviour off line along with reminding children how to stay safe.

One chid commented, “I feel more confident of how I can keep myself safe when I am playing games online, the session was really helpful.”

Against Cyberbullying!

Wednesday, 9 May 2018

Our PCSO’s in action!

On Wednesday 9th May the children from Years 5 and 6 took part in an assembly all about the dangers associated with cyberbullying.

The session was lead by our local PCSO’s who talked about online behaviour and what we should do if we ever feel unsafe online.

NSPCC Workshops

Friday, 27 April 2018

Year 6 during their workshop

On Friday 27th April the children from Years 5 and 6 took part I a workshop with visitors from the NSPCC.

The workshops have been designed for the older children in school to address issue of abuse.  The children learned about the different types of abuse children can suffer and how they can keep themselves safe.

The children found the workshops very interesting and learned a lot about how to stay safe and what to do if they feel that they or a friend is in danger or the victim of abuse.

 

Key Stage Two NSPCC Assembly

Thursday, 26 April 2018

KS2 children during the assembly

On Thursday 26th April the children from Years 3, 4, 5 and 6 attended an assembly delivered by the NSPCC.

The assembly was all about how the children can keep themselves safe in a number of difficult situations.  The children watched short video clips and thought about what they could do in a similar situation.

The children enjoyed the assembly and have an understanding of what they could do if they ever felt unsafe or worried about something.

Key Stage One NSPCC Assembly

Thursday, 26 April 2018

The children listening in assembly

On Thursday 16th April the children from Years 1 and 2 attended a special assembly from the NSPCC.

The NSPCC came into school to talk about how important it is for children to keep safe in a number of different situations and what they can do if they feel unsafe or have worries about anything.

The assembly was very interesting and the children found it very useful too!