The School Council would like to present the first in their series of topics about keeping themselves safe.
As parents we spend the first few years doing everything we can to protect our children…
Then we have to learn how to give them some independence…
Teaching children simply to avoid strangers doesn’t work. Most strangers will help rather than harm children. Conversely, it is often people known to children that pose the greatest threat.
Clever Never Goes teaches children to recognise when someone (anyone) is asking them to go with them. We call this ‘Go Spotting’. It’s about giving your child practical safety skills and confidence to engage with the outside world.
Watch the video and find out more at http://clevernevergoes.org/parents/
The school Council will be introducing this to the whole school during worship on Friday 15th February 2019.
Five articles to share on your socials over the summer
Help keep parents engaged with their child's online activities over the summer holidays by sharing the following articles on your social media or in your end-of-year newsletter: