Online Safety For Parents
The HfL summer term online safety newsletters for Parents and Carers edition both feature a range of guidance, news, links and updates about online safety for all phases, with particular reference to the current situation, recent developments and concerns. We hope they will prove helpful and informative.
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Our newsletter for parents and carers includes reviews and details about:
- Talking to your child about online sexual harassment, Children’s Commissioner Guide
- What to do if something goes wrong – Childline
- NSPCC online safety hub
- Helping children cope with media coverage of traumatic events – Parent Zone
- What is ‘Genshin Impact’? – Parent Zone
- Search engines and what you need to know about safer searching – Parentzone
- Setting up parental controls – NSPCC
- What is Yubo? – Parent Zone
District Cross Country
On a very cold Tuesday 25th January, 25 of our key stage 2 children represented the school in the district cross country event at Haileybury Turnford.
All the children overcame any pre-race nerves and started the 1 mile course against six other local schools. Cheered on by their teammates, the children performed brilliantly and challenged for the medals in every race. Our most successful runners were Mason Tucker (gold medal- Year 4 boys), Ryder Wallis (silver medal- Year 4 boys), Lottie Sturge (silver medal- Year 5 girls) and Harley Wells (silver medal year 6 boys). There were numerous other top 10 finishes and 25 personal bests.
Congratulations to all the team who were great representatives of the school on and off the track.
As the holidays approach Hertfordshire Public Health has provided some useful ideas and projects to support children’s well being over the school holidays.
Throughout the holidays @JustTalkHerts will be sharing practical tools and resources online. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us – firstname.lastname@example.org
Many thanks to MG Vaciago for her visit on Odd Socks Day. Everyone enjoyed he powerful talk about the themes in her book Big Little Voice Colours the Grey. Many of the children now have their very own signed copies, including a copy for the school!
We wish MG all the best with the rest of the series and look forward to another visit in the future!
Odd Socks Day, Thursday!!
This week is Anti Bullying week. The theme is One Kind Word. To raise awareness of this important issue, we will be holding Odd Socks Day on Thursday 18th November. Your child is invited to celebrate difference and individuality by wearing odd socks- the brighter the better!
Also on Thursday, KS2 will also have a visit from children’s author and Kidscape presenter MG Vaciago who will be selling and signing copies of her book Big Little Voice Colours the Grey. Copies of the book are £7.99 and could make a positive gift for Christmas. Books will be sold and signed in the KS2 hall after school.