Down’s Syndrome Awareness Day
On Friday 22nd March we are having our Down’s Syndrome Awareness Day and are asking that everyone comes to school in blue or yellow to raise awareness.
Every single person with Down’s syndrome should have the same opportunities as everyone else, in EVERY area of life:
- Personal development
- Personal relationships
- Health care
- Public life
- Hobbies and leisure
World Down Syndrome Day is an amazing opportunity to challenge our society’s misconceptions about Down’s syndrome and to call for it to be more inclusive.
There will be a cake sale in the hall after school and we would be grateful for any donations of cakes or biscuits to sell on the day.
Tickets are also on sale for our traditional Easter Raffle with all profits raised going to support Down’s syndrome Awareness. £1 a strip.
We are also selling a limited number of badges for 50p each.
Choose from one of these four designs
Thank you all for your support.
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Online Safety Webinar
A message from Ofsted
‘Despite schools’ strong awareness of risk within the region, we have identified an increase in cases where on-line access has placed children in danger. Grooming, radicalisation and child sexual exploitation are often perpetrated via the internet and pose a real threat to children of all ages. Given this rise in incidents, Ofsted have worked with the Breck Foundation to offer schools and parents a webinar to identify and consider dangers presented by the internet. The webinar also offers guidance to parents about how to help their children stay safe. This webinar will be presented by Hilary Macdonald, Senior Her Majesty’s Inspector, Daniel Lambert, Her Majesty’s Inspector and Lorin Lefave, founder of the Breck Foundation, whose son, Breck, was groomed and murdered in 2014. The webinar was hosted on 31st January 7.00 – 8.00pm’. You can now view using the link below
The webinar addressed in particular:
- strategies for keeping children safe online
- danger signs and how to spot them
- what to do when things don’t feel right.
Schools have been asked to bring this webinar to the attention of parents and staff.