This week in school our pupils have been exploring E-Safety and some of the issues around staying safe when using technology and the internet. This included some excellent assemblies and workshops provided by our colleagues at Unique Voice.
We know that E-Safety is a cause for concern for many of our Parents and Carers so have attached a copy of the presentation on the topic delivered by Mrs McCorry at the Community Partnership meeting. The NSPCC Net Aware website is also a great tool and allows you to review the suggested minimum and, function and security of a site, app or game to help you support your children in staying safe online.
We would like to invite you to join our Harvest Festival celebration assemblies on Tuesday 10th October at the following times:
Orchard Campus – 9.30 AM in the School Hall
Lockleaze Road Years 1,2 & 3 – 9.10 AM in the Phase 1 Hall
Lockleaze Road Years 4,5 & 6 – 10.45 AM in the Phase 1 Hall
We will be collecting goods donations. Please bring these in to school, non-perishable goods can be brought in at anytime but please only bring perishable donations on Tuesday 10th October. There will be a sale of fresh goods such as bread, fruits and cakes at 3.15PM on both sites.
We will pass the non-perishable goods to the North Bristol Food bank and the proceeds of the sale will go to Save the Children.
On Friday 16th June we will be supporting Save the Children Fund’s Den Day.
Our pupils will be joining children from around the UK to unleash their imaginations and transform their classrooms and playgrounds into amazing dens. To raise funds for Den Day, we are asking them to bring in a donation of £1 on the day.
The money they raise will help Save the Children give children around the world a safe place to sleep at night.