ONLINE SAFETY COMPETITION
Safer Internet Day 2018 is on Tuesday 6th February and is fast approaching. Are you ready for it?
The focus for this year’s competition is to show their learning linked to this year’s SID2018 theme: ‘Create, Connect and Share Respect. A better internet starts with you.’
This competition is open to the WHOLE school.
Two winners will be selected from each zone (these can be individuals or small groups).
You can present your entry in any of the following ways:
Online safety using literacy / music skills (poems, songs, raps and videos)
Online safety using DT / Art
Online safety using programming
Online safety posters (suitable for EYFS/KS1)
Entries can be emailed to: email@example.com or given to class teachers.
Closing Date: Friday 16th February 2018
I look forward to receiving your entries!
Here is an example of a poem:
This week in Reception we have been learning about how things change-we have been making jelly!
We have predicted what will happen to the jelly that we have put into the fridge overnight and what will happen to the jelly that we have left out of the fridge!
This week in Reception we have been getting ready for our Mother’s Day Assembly.
The children have been learning new songs and painting pictures.
We’re looking forward to performing our assembly on Monday morning!
Yesterday the children in Reception celebrated their 100th day in school!
The children did lots of fun 100-themed activities.
Thanks to all involved for a very enjoyable day!
In Recepetion we have been learning all about Chinese New Year this week.
We have tasted Chinese food and written about it too!
Kung Hei Fat Choi!
Today in Reception we received a visit from a palaeontologist. The palaeontologist was called Alex and he told us lots of information about dinosaurs.
We pretended to be different dinosaurs and we even got to see some real fossils!
Thanks to all involved for a fantastic afternoon!
Save your old batteries for the big hunt
Why recycle batteries?
It reduces the amount of rubbish going to Landfill sites. Batteries in landfill sites can take 100 years to decompose.
Under the supervision of an adult, collect as many used batteries as possible and put them in your recycle box. Why not ask your parents, relatives and neighbours to contribute in the event?
How to enter the challenge:
1) Collect as many used batteries as possible.
2) Put them in your battery collection box.
3) Carry out the fun maths tasks in your activity booklet.
4) Return your competition slip to your teacher for a chance to win some great prizes.
Don’t forget to return your big battery box and competition slip!!!