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This afternoon, Y6 had a chance to revisit keeping safe with a particular focus: online safety. Mrs Francis and I were very pleased to hear how much they have remembered about keeping safe in lots of different situations.

We spent some time listening to four radio broadcasts, created by primary school pupils, as part of a social media challenge. We thought about their messages and how well they were presented.

We were introduced to the PANTS campaign and, as a follow-up, created our own PANTS messages to share with the rest of the school. You can see some of them in the attached photos.

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R Charlesworth: Fri 19 Oct 7:41pm

Well, what have we been up to this week then? We have done a super job at our harvest assembly — despite being only 14, the children sung their hearts out! When it came to their turn to sing a verse by themselves their voices rang through the church beautifully. Well done Base 5. This week we have also completed our 'How To' guides — the children have worked really hard on these and...

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Miss Phillips: Fri 19 Oct 3:16pm

Well done to all of our children who have gone above and beyond this week with their learning. It is fabulous to hear about the fantastic learning that is going on around our school.A very big well done goes to both Base 4 and 5 who both got 100% attendance this week! Let's aim for every class to get 100% attendance in our final week before half...

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R Charlesworth: Thu 18 Oct 2:04pm

Well, what super house captains we have! They planned, organised and carried out a super inter-house dodgeball competition this week. The houses played the games so well, listening to the captains and having fun in the autumn sunshine. Well done. The points earned went into the pot- I wonder who the winning team was this...