- Created: Thursday, 20 April 2023 14:35
Welcome back to school after the Easter break. We have so many plans for the summer term, including two residential trips, Bikeability training, and our next Global Focus Week, planned for just after the half term break. The Focus Week will be about Zero Hunger, as part of our Global Curriculum.
It was lovely to see some of you at our Coffee and Catch-Up session, and to have a chance for a chat.
For parents and carers of Maple Class children, don’t forget about our phonics information session, taking place on 24th April. Please pop by if you can to join us!
- Created: Wednesday, 08 February 2023 15:12
Two very important events are taking place during the last week of term 3- Children’s Mental Health Week and Safer Internet Day. Whilst these are areas that we revisit across the year, these dates in February give a fantastic opportunity to highlight the importance of the wellbeing of our children and young people.
Tuesday 7th February was Safer Internet Day, and all of our pupils took part in activities and a special assembly about keeping ourselves safe online, with a particular focus on the SID2023 theme of ‘Want to talk about it? Making space for conversations about life online.’
Children in Nursery and Reception shared Childnet's Digiduck stories, which explore the themes of responsibility, friendships, and being a good digital citizen. Year 1 and 2 pupils talked about online safety rules, using a chatterbox to help them think about different scenarios and the best approaches to take, and how to use the internet in an appropriate and friendly way. In Key Stage 2, the children discussed different methods of online communication, how to keep ourselves safe by using them in an appropriate way. The children also shared ideas for what they could do if they came across something online that they didn't expect or like.
To help parents and carers to support their families at home, we created an online safety newsletter, filled with links to useful websites, articles and resources. We hope that our Safer Internet Day approach will help to open up communication between children and their trusted adults, build understanding and confidence, and remind children that they don’t need to face difficult situations alone.
- Summer term plans!
- Safer Internet Day and Children's Mental Health Week
- Exciting Experiences!
- Join us at our Open Evening
- September news
- Online Safety
- Summer term news
- Our trip to St Ives
- Summer term update
- Busy, busy, busy!
- World Poetry Day 2022
- Safer Internet Day & Children's Mental Health Week
- Global Theme Week- Education
- Global Themed Weeks - Water
- Welcome back to school!