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Today Mr Pinto came to our school to help us learn how to safe when we access games, apps and programmes online.

We found out that we shouldn’t be on our electrical devices for more than an hour today. We also learned a catchy song to help us remember what to do.


The internet is great.

The internet is fun.

But if you’re feeling worried you’ve got to tell someone.



Road Safety Month

Today we dressed in neon colours to help us be seen when crossing the road. We had a very important visitor called Paul Coultard from Humberside Fire and Rescue. He talked to us about road safety ‘STOP LOOK LISTEN and THINK’.

He reminded us that we need to be seen and wear bright clothing to help us be seen by drivers. We also got very excited when he did an experiment using an egg to show us how important it is to wear a safety helmet. He compared the egg to our heads and showed us the difference between wearing a helmet and not. We then found out about being safe in the car and how important it is to use a proper car seat or booster seat when travelling in a car. That this helps our seatbelt to fit properly. We found out all about a family called the Silly family and what happens as a result of not wearing a seat belt. 

Stop Drop and Roll

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This week we have been ‘Self Aware’ thinking about how we can stay safe during Halloween and Bonfire night.

We had a visit from Humberside Fire and rescue advocate John Scott. He was really impressed with how knowledgable our children were about staying safe near fire and fireworks.

He gave us some top tips on staying safe and being respectful to others when trick or treating too!


Children’s mental health week

Children in Need has been a huge focus around the school for every year group. This week, all children have been focusing on five key aspects that not only relate and focus on Children in Need, but also Mental Health Week. These range from Connecting, Taking Notice, Being Curious, Keeping Active and Kindness (Giving).


Connecting with others, building friendships and talking to others about our feelings can really help us to boost our mood, and feel happier and more positive.

Taking Notice:

Taking Notice is about taking the time to spot, think about, and reflect on things in our lives.

Get Active:

Moving our bodies can have a positive impact on our physical and mental wellbeing.

Be Curious:

Trying out new things and learning new skills can have a positive impact on our wellbeing


When you do something nice for somebody else, not only does it make them feel better, it’s good for your own wellbeing too – win-win!


Take a look below at some of the amazing activities that we have completed and taken part in this week!

Eco Warriors.

KS1 - Internet Safety

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This week we had a visitor, Mr Tim Pinto, who taught KS1 all about internet safety.  He brought in a friend to help us learn how to safe on all of the electrical devices that we use at home and school. 


Internet Safety Assembly in KS1