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Parental Guidance

The Government has launched a 'Tackle Child Abuse' campaign. It revisits the key message that safeguarding is everybody's responsibility. The campaign is regularly being aired on local radio stations.

 

Please follow the link below for information for parents and carers.

 

Link: https://tacklechildabuse.campaign.gov.uk/

Pantosaurus App

The NSPCC has partnered with Aardman Animations to produce a free app for iOS and Android devices to help keep young children safe from sexual abuse. Playtime with Pantosaurus features four fun mini games where players can test their skills against Pantosaurus and his friends whilst learning the PANTS rule to keep themselves safe.

EVENTS

Children's Mental Health Week

5-11 February 2018

This Children’s Mental Health Week, children, young people and adults are being encouraged to celebrate their uniqueness. It’s all about #BeingOurselves!

 

When we have a positive view of ourselves it can help us to cope with life’s challenges, and recognising the different qualities of others can allow us to connect with those around us – which is vital for our own and others’ wellbeing.

 

At St. Anthony of Padua school, the children will be completing activities about this theme. 

Year 4 - Mental Health Week

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Safer Internet Day 2018

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Safer Internet Day 2018 2 Year 4 Positive and negative feelings.
Safer Internet Day 2018 3 Year 4 Positive and negative feelings.
Safer Internet Day 2018 4 Year 4 Positive and negative feelings.

"Create, Connect and Share Respect: A better internet starts with you.”

 

Follow the link below to find out more information about this important event.

Year 1 - Safer Internet Day

To celebrate internet day Year One learnt about their 'Digital Footprint' and what it meant, relating it to footprints in the sand on a beach. We talked about how we could have a positive 'Digital Footprint', and designed posters that represented their personal online footprints. Around our footprints we drew pictures of different things we like to access online and what we use to access them, and then we decorated the inside of the footprint to represent the positive space we want to create on the internet. 

Year 6 Online Safety: Masters of the Digiverse!

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Staying safe online

Staying safe online 1 Y4 Lesson

NSPCC Number Day February 2018

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We are delighted to be supporting the NSPCC by taking part in their Number Day on Friday 2 February 2018. 

The NSPCC believes that all children deserve a childhood free from harm but, sadly, that’s not the case for many children. That’s why the NSPCC is fighting for every childhood and working to help keep children safe from abuse.

The NSPCC needs our support. By raising money, we can help to fund their vital services such as Childline – the helpline that’s always there for children and young people whatever their problem or concern.

On Friday 2nd February, we will be taking part in Dress up for Digits and pupils will be invited to wear an item of clothing with a number on it and donate £1.00 for the NSPCC. During the day the children will also complete some exciting mathematical activities.

 

 

You can find out more about the NSPCC’s work at nspcc.org.uk

To find out more about keeping children safe online, visit nspcc.org.uk/onlinesafety

 

 

NSPCC Number Day Information for parents

Mr Metcalf led a Number Day assembly to explain how the NSPCC helps to keep children safe.

Mr Metcalf led a Number Day assembly to explain how the NSPCC helps to keep children safe. 1
Mr Metcalf led a Number Day assembly to explain how the NSPCC helps to keep children safe. 2
Mr Metcalf led a Number Day assembly to explain how the NSPCC helps to keep children safe. 3
Mr Metcalf led a Number Day assembly to explain how the NSPCC helps to keep children safe. 4
Mr Metcalf led a Number Day assembly to explain how the NSPCC helps to keep children safe. 5
Mr Metcalf led a Number Day assembly to explain how the NSPCC helps to keep children safe. 6
Mr Metcalf led a Number Day assembly to explain how the NSPCC helps to keep children safe. 7
Mr Metcalf led a Number Day assembly to explain how the NSPCC helps to keep children safe. 8
Mr Metcalf led a Number Day assembly to explain how the NSPCC helps to keep children safe. 9
Mr Metcalf led a Number Day assembly to explain how the NSPCC helps to keep children safe. 10
Mr Metcalf led a Number Day assembly to explain how the NSPCC helps to keep children safe. 11

Year 3/4 Attendance Reward trip to Inflatanation

Year 3/4 Attendance Reward trip to Inflatanation 1
Year 3/4 Attendance Reward trip to Inflatanation 2
Year 3/4 Attendance Reward trip to Inflatanation 3

Anti-Bullying Week 2017

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Anti-Bullying Week is coordinated by the Anti-Bullying Alliance and takes place this year from 13th - 17th November and is supported by SafeToNet.

Anti-Bullying Week shines a spotlight on bullying and encourages all children, teachers and parents to take action against bullying throughout the year. The theme this year is 'All Different, All Equal' with the aims to:

 

  • empower children and young people to celebrate what makes them, and others, unique

  • help children and young people understand how important it is that every child feels valued and included in school, able to be themselves, without fear of bullying
  • encourage parents and carers to work with their school and talk to their children about bullying, difference and equality
  • enable teachers and other children’s workforce professionals to celebrate what makes us ‘all different, all equal’ and celebrate difference and equality. Encouraging them to take individual and collective action to prevent bullying, creating safe environments where children can be themselves.

 

To find out more please visit www.anti-bullyingalliance.org.uk. This website also features an interactive anti-bullying tool aimed to give parents important information about bullying.