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What have Year 6 been up to during 'Staying Safe Week'?

Article 19: Children have the right to be protected from all forms of violence, abuse, neglect and mistreatment.

Article 28: You have the right to a good education and reliable information.

Article 24: You have the right to be safe

Monday 4th February 2019

Today children in Year 6 began a series of sessions looking at drugs education. We discussed the definition of what a drug is and talked about legal drugs that you might find in the home. The children were able to discuss how these should be stored and used. We also had a discussion about illegal drugs and the dangers that both these and legal drugs present.

We also began our unit on Digital Literacy where we have been learning about the benefits of the internet and how to safeguard ourselves about the potential dangers. We started by thinking about what information is private to us and who we can share this with. In the afternoon, we created a comic strip telling the story of a digital superhero citizen

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We took part in a first aid session, where we looked at how to help a casualty in an emergency situation. We learned how to put a casualty into the recovery position and how to perform C.P.R. As part of the session we thought about some of the common injuries we may come across like burns, cuts, and choking. One of the main things we thought about was how to keep ourselves safe before trying to help others.

 

Tuesday 5th February 2019

E-Safety Day

In today’s drugs education session, we talked about external influences and peer pressure. The children were able to recognise potential risky situations, discuss consequences and identify which of the situations they might potentially feel pressured to do.  We were then able to identify strategies for preventing those situations from arising.

In Digital Literacy today we have been thinking about cyberbullying and strategies we can use to deal with this. We also make an e-safety poster for homework to share our top 5 tips.

Wednesday 6th February 2019

Today the children were presented with a real-life situation- carrying a parcel for someone for money. We discussed the possible dangers and consequences of becoming involved in this situation. The children also learned and practiced assertive behaviours in order to say ‘no’ when they didn’t want to do something.e

Thursday 7th February 2019

Play in a Day

Today we took part in a play around e-safety. We looked how to use the internet safely and how to deliver the message to others to keep themselves safe online.

The main message was:

Zip It

Block It

Flag it 

We performed for parents and the rest of the school to spread the message around e-safety.

Friday 8th February 2019                                       Image result for nspcc speak out stay safe

Today we had a workshop run by the N.S.P.C.C called 'Speak Out' 'Stay Safe'.

Here is what Year 5 have been up to this week.

Article 19: Children have the right to be protected from all forms of violence, abuse, neglect and mistreatment.

Article 28: You have the right to a good education and reliable information.

Article 24: You have the right to be safe.

Look at what Year 4  have been learning about during 'Staying Safe' Week

In year 4 we have been learning about drugs and alcohol and the effects these have. We understood the meaning of the of the word drug and as a class we identified some legal and illegal drugs.

We also identified that smoking is unhealthy for the lungs

Effects that smoking can cause:

  • Cancer
  • Heart Attacks
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Teeth rotting
  • Addiction
  • Lungs turn black-tar
  • Lungs are clogged up which means the heart has to work harder.
  • Smell of smoke

 

Image result for willpowerWe recognized that self-control is a skill that can help us in life. 

 We looked at willpower

Wednesday 6th February

We went on a 'Road Safety Walk' with Mrs Sarsfield, she learnt the children how to cross the road safely.  They learnt how to use their eyes, ears and to think when crossing at different roads like junctions and when there are parked cars.  The children used the 'STOP, LOOK and LISTEN' rule and looked left and right whilst crossing the road.

Today the PCSO’s came in to talk to us about Antisocial behaviour and how to travel on the transport such as trains, trams and buses. We spoke about the correct behaviour and some of the consequences if we weren’t being safe & respectful.

Today we watched a number of videos showing simple steps you should follow in different first aid situations and then rein-acted these. We looked at helping someone who is choking, helping someone with a burn, how to help someone who is bleeding, an unresponsive person who is breathing and put them into the recovery position, helping someone who is having an asthma attack and helping someone who has a broken bone.  We also learnt how to put a plaster on correctly and how to clean the cut.

Friday 6th February

We went on a trip to the Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service Training and Safety Centre in Bury.  We learnt lots of things that could help save your life, like checking your smoke alarm once a week.  It is important that you check your smoke alarm once a week.  This can help save you life..

Look what Year 3 have been learning about during 'Staying Safe' Week.

 

Article 19: Children have the right to be protected from all forms of violence, abuse, neglect and mistreatment.

Article 28: You have the right to a good education and reliable information.

Article 24: You have the right to be safe.

Monday 4th February 201: Today the children watched some scenarios and were asked to consider both the physical and mental issues of each slide. The children then discussed  with their partners what they thought. They then drew a picture of themselves  and described what they do to try to keep healthy and safe. They children talked about their senses and how they help us in life. We focused on the sense of smell. The children had to identify different smells they smelt in smell pots and try to work out what the smell was and if they liked it or no. They then had to make their own list of pleasant and unpleasant smells. Activity 3. Breathing and the lungs. The children were shown how to find their pulse and to count the number of beats in 15 second, then they went outside and jumped up and down for 30 seconds and re took their pulses. We talked about why our bodies need oxygen and explained that oxygen is a gas that has no smell and is in the air we breathe. We talked about the smoke in the air and how it can affect our lungs and discussed why smoking is bad for us.

Tuesday 5th February 2019: E-Safety, In the morning the children explored the reasons why people use passwords, then using IPads  the children had to make and test passwords to find out if they were strong or weak and explain why. In the afternoon the children explored what an online community was and explore the similarities and differences between in-person and online communication.

Wednesday 6th February 2019: In the morning the children were learning about how to stay safe in the sun. They made a poster to advertise an item that would help to protect you in the sun, such as sun glasses, hats, and sun screens. Also the PCSO’s came to talk to the children about keeping safe when using or being around trains, trams and buses the dangers caused by anti-social behavior and how they help to educate others in the community. In the afternoon the children were learning about First Aid and what they can do to help themselves and others if an accident occurs such as someone choking, has a burn, is bleeding, is unresponsive, has an asthma attack or a broken bone.

 

Thursday 7th February 2019: Today the children went on a Road Safety walk and practiced crossing the road safely. After that we watches some short safety videos and talked about what they had learned today.

Friday 8th February 2019: Today we went to The Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service Training Centre in Bury, where the children were learning how to keep themselves safe in case of a fire emergency. They were trained how to escape a fire in the dark, what to do if they’re upstairs and there is smoke/fire in the house, how to check their fire and carbon monoxide alarms and how important it is to switch off plugs at night when they go to bed. They took part in a first aid activity where they had to check for danger if they find someone unconscious and then put them into the recovery position. They also took part in quizzes at the beginning and again at the end of the day to show what they had learned. It was an amazing day and the children learnt a lot about staying safe.

 

Look what Year 2 have been up to this week.

All our school went on a road safety walk, here are year 2 learning how to stay safe crossing the road.

We had a visit from the PCSOs teaching us about anti-social behaviour and how to keep safe.

Here is what Year 1 have been up to during

'Staying Safe Week'

This week it has been safety week, the children have been thinking about keeping safe on the roads, when using the internet, out and about and using the metrolink, basic first aid and calling 999 in an emergency.

Safety Week In Foundation Stage

This week we have been talking about how we can keep ourselves safe.

We have been on a walk in our local area to look at how we can safely cross the road.

We have also had a visit from our local PCSO's. They talked to us about what they do and how we can be safe. We looked at their uniform and all of the different equipment that they have to help them to keep people safe. They even let some of the children try on their uniform!

In Nursery and Reception we have been learning about 'Smartie Penguin' 

He taught us how to be safe on the internet and on our tablets and computers at home.

In Nursery we have used 'Elfie Bear' to demonstrate what is safe and what isn't. We learnt about sharp objects and how to be safe in water.