Dear parents and carers,
As you will be aware, on-line safety is consistently in the news and we (as parents and educators) have to ensure that we fully understand the current trends in our social world. Each day new systems for communication and sharing pictures as well as media for streaming conversion and images appear – we believe that parents should be fully aware of what is available for chidren to use and problems which some have encountered using these.
In the on-line section of this website 2 links have been posted for you to look at. One is an article all about live streaming focusing on the trend of using sites such as musical-ly and live-ly. This article gives practical advice about how to ensure that your children are safe and what to do if you believe that they are not.
The second is an information page from the NSPCC which details the main social media outlets and how they are supposed to be used. It also goes into detail about age restrictions and how you can support your children to use these sites safely and responsibly.
Children are receiving lessons in on-line safety at school but it is vital that this work continues at home.
If you have any questions about what you discover, please ask your child’s class teacher.
Check out the incredible models made by children in year 5.
Thea’s Rocket – in and out
Reece – 1st Man on the Moon
Harry – Dogs in space
Ryan P – The Solar System
On Thursday 20th April 2017 year 5 went on a fabulous visit to Jodrell Bank. The children explored the Lovell telescope, learnt from the incredible scientists who work there and got to experience numerous practical activities. Below you will see an array of pictures celebrating our day.
The whispering dishes
The telescope Gravity experiment
Crater exploration Rock identification (meteors!!)
Check out this amazing homework report by Zoha.
This work has been produced by Jessica, Macy and Oscar. Well done guys for your hard work.
A huge well done to our brilliant dodgeball team who played excellently in this evening’s tournament. You worked well as a team and performed superbly. A special congratulations must go to Megan, who received a ‘Spirit of the Games’ award for her performances.
Below you can see work completed by Thea and Tommy.
This work is wonderfully neat and incredibly creative. The task was to locate as many North American landmarks, and plot them on the map.
Well done to you both.