This afternoon, Reception were looking at how to make our own volcanoes. We used bicarbonate of soda, water, food colouring, washing up liquid and vinegar and watched the volcanoes erupt!
Don’t switch off when they switch on. Regularly review security settings on your children’s online devices #ItsNotOkay
The mother of a young boy who was sexually abused after being groomed on his games console has spoken out.
She is urging parents and carers to be vigilant in the hope it’ll stop any other family going through the same horrific ordeal.
Year 6 were treated to a workshop all about transition from primary to secondary school. It was very much an interactive session dealing with everything they may face as they move to their respective secondary schools. Lots of drama and practical group work helped them to understand the changes ahead.
Year 6 are really into their Apprentice Project now and are at the stage of thinking about their advert. We have Barry Stone, a project mentor, from Manchester Airport coming in tomorrow to help the children design their posters.
Year 2 have been learning about how humans change as they grow in their science lessons. A member of Year 2 has a baby brother who came to visit us. We had the chance to ask his Mum some questions about how babies grow and develop. What a lovely afternoon!
Year one had a great time out in the forest this week. They found a pack of tree dogs!!! The children took the tree dogs for a walk and made them dinner. Our children also looked for spiders, found our newly planted tree, climbed trees, made a boat and sailed to a desert island.
Spot the signs of child sexual exploitation: change in appearance, borrowing clothes from others, always tired, unexplained relationships with older people, staying out late, not returning home, unexplained gifts #ItsNotOkay
Child sexual exploitation is never the victim’s fault. If it’s happening to you or someone you know, help is available. Report it now. Visit: http://www.itsnotokay.co.uk/get-help/