We had a lovely Remembrance Day assembly on Monday when we remembered all the soldiers who have died in the wars. We also thought about those loved ones close to us who are also no longer with us– we shared their photos and memories in class as well
We have been carrying out some work on anti bullying this week and some children took part in “odd socks” day on Tuesday to show that we are all individuals. Each class has an anti bullying champion that any of their classmates can go to if they are worried about something or children can also use our worry boxes to post their concerns in. We do have a very open atmosphere here as the children know that they can approach any adult or peer in the school if they have worries and that these will be acted upon.
Today is Children In Need. Many thanks to those staff who dressed up for the occasion and collected money at the school gate and also a huge thanks to all the parents and their families who donated money and came into school in spotty clothes.
Thank you to those parents who attended our “Come and see us doing maths “ sessions this week with more next week. Unfortunately w e can’t offer the playground any longer to park cars as this is proving to be awkward for when we need to open the school to allow the rest of the parents to enter the playground.
Accompanying this newsletter is an information leaflet for all parents about TikTok– an app that some children are using to share videos etc. It is important that we are all safeguarding our children by informing ourselves of what our children are doing on line
Have a good weekend
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