Kidsafe - Cyber Bullying and internet safety workshop - Spring 1
Crummock and Derwent Class were joined by KS today to discuss the importance of online safety. We spoke about numerous topics such as: Not sharing personal information, what to do if we see images the give us yucky feelings, age ratings of online games and apps that we are using, what cyber bullying is and how to report this, and privacy settings.
Children have been encouraged to go home and check privacy setting on digital devices and apps to ensure they are only in contact with people they really know. We spoke about how lying about our age can mean others can lie about their age to be younger also.
Children were also reminded of the kidsafe rules of always speaking to a trusted adult if we have yucky feelings.
KS has returned!
Every Monday of Summer term we will have a very special visitor in our class……
This week we have been revisiting the trust game. We have discussed our private place rules and how we need to talk to a trusted adult if we have yucky feelings. We have also spoke about intuition.
Today David and Tian visited our school to host a Chinese New Year assembly. We learnt all about the traditions of the celebration and the reasons behind these. Tian also taught us how to sing a happy new year song in mandarin and we had our own school parade with dragons, the lion, and all the animals from the Chinese zodiac. This year is the year of the rabbit!
Use the poster below to find out which Chinese Zodiac you are😊
Pupils from Crummock class, joined by some family members, took part in The Great Cumbrian Litter pick. Our class decided to litter pick in our local community to help prevent the harmful effects that plastics and other discarded materials have on our environment. We also did lots of learning in class about why recycling is important.
Ocean Hero Search engine
Carys told our class about a search engine she uses at home that helps to clean our oceans! Use the link below if you'd like to take a look.