Monthly Archives: November 2017

Online Safety

Please take the time to look at these helpful information fliers about using Snapchat, Musical.ly and Facebook. While all of these apps have age limits well above primary age, it is important to understand the risks of these apps as early as possible.

Musical.ly Facebook Snapchat

If you have concerns about online safety, please come and speak to us straightaway. You can also get really good advice from the NSPCC online safety hotline: 0808 800 5002

https://www.nspcc.org.uk/preventing-abuse/keeping-children-safe/online-safety/

 

Orchestra Sit-in

On Friday, Year 1 were given the opportunity to go to the  Academy of Ancient Music’s  rehearsal of B Minor Mass by JS Bach (1685-1750). Year 1 children are all learning either the violin or the cello this year, and it was a great chance for them to see where this could lead to and experience live music so close up!

Thank you, London Music Masters, for this amazing opportunity.

Year 5 Trip to the Imperial War Museum

Last week, Year 5 visited the Imperial War Musem in Lambeth, as part of their topic on World War 2. This is what Ayida said about the trip:

‘We were following the story of the Allpress family, who survived the war. We learnt about rationing, and how little food people were allowed. It was really exciting, and unbelievable, because of all the differences compared to now.’

Imperial War Museum for web

Road Safety Presentation

As part of Westminster’s strategy to make roads such as Enford Street ’20 miles per hour’ zones, they have been visiting schools with a road safety presentation. The children really enjoyed it and were challenged to think about how they can keep themselves safe when they are out and about.