Staying safe at home, at school and when you are out and about!
We hope that you will always feel happy and safe in school. Sometimes you may feel a little sad in school. Perhaps you have fallen out with friends or you are worried about your learning? Maybe there is something at home that is upsetting you? If ever you need to talk to someone, you can always trust the adults in school. All adults are 'trained' to listen to you and help you in the best way they possibly can. Your class teacher or the teaching assistant in you class will always be ready to listen, but you could always talk to a MTA, administrator, Mrs Smith or anyone else. If you don't feel like talking but you need someone to know how you are feeling, leave a note on your teacher's desk.
A great book to read is ' The Huge Bag of Worries' by Virginia Ironside ( you can find it in the library)
It's all about how sharing a problem or worry, can help to make the problems and worries go away.
In school there are many opportunities for you to learn about staying safe.
We teach Road Safety , Balancability and Bikeability
We teach swimming to all children in Y2 and Y3
We invite speakers from the NSPCC to talk to us about the 'PANTS' project
Our school Nurse talks to us about growing up and how our bodies change
In every class we learn about E safety and Keeping healthy.
Our Y6 children all take part in Junior Life Skills and achieve a First Aid certificate.
We also take lots of 'safe' risks when we take part in Forest school activities, climbing and we are out and about.
What happens in school if you are feeling bullied?
Talk to someone!!! Anyone! Just talk. The bully will probably need help too!
We have lots of ways to help you.
Safer internet day- 9th February 2016
In school we took part in a range of activities and an online quiz. Have a look at the ' thinkyouknow' website for more information on internet safety for pupils and their parents.
As a school we are aware that many of the children play minecraft. To help your child stay safe while playing this, please follow the NSPCC parents guide below: