E-Safety and Cyberbullying
It is our collective responsibility to ensure that children are as safe as possible online, to know what is acceptable behaviour online and how to respond to experiences that are not safe or appropriate.
E-safety applies to all forms of electronic information and lots of different types of devices including computers, tablets, mobile phones, gaming devices and game consoles.
It also applies to all forms of electronic communication from websites and online forums to games contacts and texting, photo sharing and social media.
In the Spring Term we held an E-Safety Enrichment Day followed by a Parents Information Evening led by a Police School Liaison Officer.
Further advice to parents on the use of common social media sites can be found below:
Our Year 5 performed at the Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester during this week. This was the culmination of aloto of hard work from children and staff. The results were fantastic!
A huge thank you to Parents/Carers that have helped their children with their Easter Bonnets. All the children were really proud of their bonnets and we loved looking at all their creations!
Some of our winners are: