Our local PCSOs Robbie and Louise have been in class over the last two weeks to talk about the importance of safety. Year 3 were very enthusiastic in their discussions with Robbie about staying safe both online and in the community. He talked about the importance of crossing the road safely and reminded Year 3 of what to do if lost in a public place. Year 3 discovered that not all strangers are good strangers and that if lost they should speak to a police officer or PCSO.
When Louise visited, she talked further about staying safe online. She reminded Year 3 that lots of games, apps and websites have age restrictions for a good reasons – not all content is age appropriate and so to be careful about what they are looking at online.
Well done to the children of Year 3 for being official photographers too!
Well Being Week Pupil Voice
Mikaeel Reception – ” All the teachers keep me safe.”
Eliora Reception – ” The cameras on the building help make sure we stay safe.”
Hafsah Year 1 – “We learnt that exercising makes you feel amazing.”
Kye Year 1 – “Exercising give us more energy to do things and keeps us fit.”
Amira Year 2 – “We learnt about being kind to make people feel happy.”
Amaan Year 2 – “I learnt that when you help people you help their feelings.”
Dante Year 3 – “I learnt that deep breathing helps us stay calm.”
Olivia Year 3 – “I learnt lots of ways to keep myself healthy.”
Isaiah Year 4 – “Meditating is a way of staying calm.”
Ayah Year 4 – “I learnt that if my well being is good I am relaxed.”
Codie Year 5 – ” Fake news can be called ‘Clip Bait’ and things like Green Screen and Photo Shop are used to make it.”
Carmen Year 5 – ” Fake news is very bad and is used to spread bad things, make money and to give people the wrong information.”
Shanti Year 6 – “You should never send inappropriate images – it can ruin your life and others.”
Erica Year 6 – ” I enjoyed learning about how much sleep I should get every night. It was really nice to find this out.”