Coordinated in the UK by the UK Safer Internet Centre the celebration sees hundreds of organisations get involved to help promote the safe, responsible and positive use of digital technology for children and young people.
Globally, Safer Internet Day is celebrated in over a hundred countries, coordinated by the joint Insafe/INHOPE network, with the support of the European Commission, and national Safer Internet Centres across Europe.We are "working together for a safer internet." To do this, we gathered in our house groups and shared ideas about how we could stay safe on the internet. The internet can be such a good place with lots of resources so it is important that we know how to use it in the safest way.
Take a look at our learning below!
Congratulations to Ellie, Chioma and Phoebe on being the first recipients of their golden tee-shirts, Year 6 pupils receive the tee-shirts after they have collected 50 signatures from members of staff. All the year 6's children follow a 'leadership program' which they have to gain signatures in areas of responsibility these can be 'to show good manners and polite', 'show respect to all members of the school family', 'am a good friend to all' please see the picture bellow for all the areas that have to be covered.
We have a new display in our school! It is all about the British Values. We are fantastic at knowing our school values and now are accepting the challenge to learn our British Values! We should show respect and equally be shown respect. We are looking forward to learning about the British Values.
We have had lots of learning and heaps of fun since we have started the new year.
2019 is a year where we will reflect on 2018 and learn how to live out our vocation!
We all have the vocation to be who Jesus created us to be and walk in the light of the Lord.
Happy New Year
Some of our Year 6 pupils have come up with a fantastic idea for Advent this year, instead of an Advent calendar that you take treats or gifts out of, you give gifts. This will be in the form of different foods such as: milk(UHT), sugar, biscuits, sauce, instant mash, pasta/noodles, sponge pudding in cans/jelly, snack bars, cereal, tea bags, coffee, fruit in cans, tomatoes etc. etc. As each door opens there will be a different item to bring in, each item of the day will appear on our home page on the scrolling banner. All the items that are collected will be donated to the local food bank.