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Staying Safe

Having fun is SO important both at home and at school! We want to help you enjoy your learning and beyond in a safe way! This page gives you some links to all sorts of online activities that we hope you will enjoy and will make you think about your own safety!

 

PLEASE check with the adults that belong to you before going on the any of the following links.

 

Stay Safe On-Line

SO many of you are now using laptops, tables, games consoles, flashy phones and more to play games, talk to your friends and find out about all sorts of subjects! This is great and we encourage you to do this! The following activities can teach you a bit more about how to do this in a safe and secure manner.

 

If you EVER feel uncomfortable with what someone has said or done online TELL AN ADULT ASAP!

CEOP help children stay safe online. Has someone acted inappropriately towards you online, or to a child or young person you know? It may be being asked to do something that makes you feel uncomfortable or someone being insistent on meeting up. You can report it to us using this CEOP link.
Picture 1 Recognise this logo? Click CEOP to make a report.

Policy for Use of ICT and E-Safety

Stay safe on the road

Many of you walk, cycle or scoot to school, your friends house, church, brownies, cubs, guides, scouts, football, netball, the shop and more...

 

We want you to be safe and hope that you will remember the important messages we teach you in school. Have a look at the links below for some fun ways to remind you how to stay safe!

Sun Safety

 

On 1st July 2015 Tansley Primary School gained our Sun Safety Schools Status! All the children in the school have been introduced to George the Sun Safe Superstar and are working on becoming Sun Safe Superstars themselves!

 

They have been taught the importance of the five S's!

SLIP

SLOP

SLAP

SUNGLASSES

SHADE

 

Slip on a t-shit,

Slop on some sun cream,

Slap on a hat

 

Please make sure your child has a wide brimmed sun hat in school every day and you have signed the form saying that your child can apply the sun cream available in school. Here is Archie in Oaks being a Sun Safe Superstar!! 

 

We held a competition to design a Sun Safety t-shirt. The winners were announced on 1st July by Jo Lowton-Mayo a Skin Specialist from Derby City Hospital who came to lead an assembly on Sun Safety. Well done to Sam Hudson in EYFS and Mia Bailey in Y5!

 

Oaks class have created an exciting display in their classroom about Sun Safety and they held a Sun Safe Superstar dress up day on Friday 12th June. You can see in the photos below just how Sun Safe they are!!   

 

 

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Picture 1 Oaks Sun Safe Superstars!
Picture 2 Oaks class Sun safe Superstars!
Picture 3 Our big, shady area at Tansley for hot, sunny days

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