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DIARY DATES

25/06/18 @ 2.00pm - Y6 Leavers Celebration

26/06/18 - Teddy Bears picnic and Sports Day

27/06/18 - Bewerley Park Residential (2 nights)

28/06/18 - Starfish & Dolphins trip to the railway museum

29/06/18 - St Peters Day

02/07/18 - Y5 transition morning to Campsmount

02/07/18 -  Stay & Play New reception starters 9.00-12.50

03/07/18 - Reserve sports day

05/07/18 - Stay & Play new nursery starters 1.30pm

07/07/18 - Summer fair

11/07/18 & 12/07/18 - Y6 transition to Campsmount

11/07/18 - Nursery & Reception charity walk 2.00pm

12/07/18 - Transition afternoon for nursery children starting in September @ 1:30-3:00

16/07/18 - End of year Service @ 14:30

17/07/18 - Starfish Graduation

19/07/18 - Eagles performance

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NOTICES 

 

If you missed our KS1 or KS2 SATS information session, a copy of the presentations can be found below;

KS1

KS2

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Has someone done something online that has made you or a child or young person you know, feel worried or unsafe? If the answer is yes, just click the CEOP button to make a report securely. 

 

 

STAYING SAFE ONLINE

  • Never post personal information such as addresses, phone numbers, or email addresses online.
  • Remember that once you post words, a picture or video online anyone can see it and download it so think carefully before posting anything.
  • Make sure your privacy settings are as high as possible.
  • Never share your usernames or passwords for anything.
  • If you don't know someone, don't befriend them. 
  • If someone suggests you meet up with someone you've met online, don't! Speak to a parent or carer instead.
  • Not everyone you meet online is who they claim to be, from their name to their picture.
  • Always respect other people's view. You may not always agree with them but it doesn't mean you need to be rude.  
  • If you see something online that makes you feel uncomfortable, worried or unsafe; leave the website, turn off the computer / device, and tell a trusted adult immediately. 

 

BEING BULLIED ONLINE?

  • Tell an adult that you trust if this is happening.
  • Do not respond or retaliate to bullying message. It may make things worse.
  • Block and report anyone who sends nasty or threatening messages.
  • Save any messages, texts or emails you receive that are nasty and abusive, along with dates and times, usernames and the url.
  • Do not pass on any cyberbullying messages or videos. This in itself is cyberbullying.
  • If you are repeatedly bullied, change your username, and profile. Use a name that gives nothing away about yourself.
  • Visit http://www.bullying.co.uk/ if you are being bullied. There you will find trained counsellors who can support you by chatting online or on their free helpline.
  • You can also talk to someone at http://www.childline.org.uk/talk/Pages/Talk.aspx

 

You can find more fantastic tips for staying safe at;

http://www.safetynetkids.org.uk

http://www.bullying.co.uk/

http://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/ 

http://www.childline.org.uk/talk/Pages/Talk.aspx

 

 A copy of our school presentation on Internet Safety can be found here.