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Black History Day - 17th October 2016


This black history day, the children studied equality and racism. They found out about famous people that have stood up to rasicm and watched motivational speeches. Then each child wrote and delivered their own speech, about racism and equality. After that each class put forward their best 3 public speakers who then went into a year group competition. The children had to be very brace to stand up and give their speech in front of the whole year group! Check out the year group pages for videos of these fantastic speeches. It was an excellent day and the children not only learnt about equality but also improved their speaking and presentation skills. 


Children had a fun, action-packed day learning about e-safety, fire safety and road safety. Throughout the day, children learnt about the

importance of keeping themselves safe at school and at home.


Children took part in lots of fun activities learning why the message ‘Be Safe Be Seen’ is so important. Children in Reception made a toy town and used puppets to practise how to cross the road safety. They also made delicious traffic light biscuits. YUM YUM! Year One and Two amazed us with their knowledge of road safety and the importance of following the green cross code. Children in Year Three and Four demonstrated the importance of wearing bright or fluorescent clothing (in daytime) and reflective clothing (at night) which will help to keep them safe when near traffic. Year Five and Six focused on what constituted safe and unsafe behaviour for cyclists and how to be as safe as possible on a bike. Children looked at the importance of high visibility clothing, wearing a cycle helmet, using lights at night and keeping their cycle in good working order.

In addition to this, children learnt about the importance of E-safety whilst accessing various devices. These include the internet, social networking sites, online game sites, using game consoles that allow access to chat facilities and mobile technology such as mobile phones and tablet devices. Children created internet charters with rules for staying safe on the computer and learnt about the dangers on-line.


Finally, we learnt all about fire safety. Children watched a video that demonstrated how quickly fires can spread. They learnt about the importance of having a smoke alarm and the number to call if they should discover a fire (call 999). Children identified some fire hazards around the home and about the importance of EVERYONE knowing what to do (escape plan). Children in year Five practiced learning how to 'Stop! Drop & Roll!' Families can call 0800 5874536 to arrange a home fire safety check. Fire-fighters will also install and explain how to use smoke alarms for families who do not have them.

The children had a fantastic day and we hope you will help the children implement all that they have learnt into their daily routines.


Thank you for all your support



UNICEF OutRight 

20th November 2015 marks the 25th anniversary of the UNICEF Convention on the Rights of the Child. 

We have been furthering our understanding of the rights of every child by thinking of children living in turmoil at the moment. We had all seen the terrible pictures of desperate families crossing the Mediterranean Sea earlier in the year and we tried to imagine how hard life must be for them. We also thought of children living through a war in countries such as Syria.


We listened to stories from children affected by war. This is Amal's story. It made us think about which rights she had been denied. The whole school took part in lots of activities in which we tried to speak out on behalf of children like Amal. The week finished with Years 1, 2 and 5 taking part in a Question and Answer session on Twitter with UNICEF HQ.

Black History Day

Children in Need

Comic Relief
Diversity Day
Safer Internet Day
St George's Day and Shakespeare Day

Our Voice

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How we celebrated St. George's Day and Shakespeare Day

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Our Voice 3

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Our Voice 4

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2B St Georges Day Assembly

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World Book Day

Magna Carta Day