Thank you for helping us to get our anti-bullying week off to a great start with our Odd Socks Day on Monday. We have spent this week talking about kindness and friendships so that we can keep our school positive and a great place to learn.
If you would like any more information around the work of the Anti-Bullying Alliance, who support Odd Socks Day, please use the link here:
We have had a number of children mentioning online games which contain elements of horror or scary content.
'Rainbow Friends' is a Roblox horror experience that joins games like Piggy, Five Nights at Freddy's, Poppy Playtime, and others, in taking something seemingly nice and friendly and turning it into a terrifying nightmare.
It is important for us to recognise that each family has their own boundaries and that game ratings are guidelines only. One family may allow their children to play these games and others will not. However children come into school talking about, drawing and wanting to play these games, and then the scary/horror elements are being passed onto other children who do not want to see hear or play these games.
We ask that you please have a conversation with your child about games which their friends may find scary.
Tuesday 13th December
This year's Christmas play is for years Reception, 1 and 2.
It will start at 9:30 in the school hall.
Come along and join us for a festive sing-song.
Details to follow from class teachers regarding clothing/costumes.