Our job as the Road Safety Officers is to help children stay safe on the roads around school and to cross the road safely. We want to educate children on crossing roads and make sure that they are able to choose when and where would be the safest place to cross a road. This is important because some children don’t know how to cross the roads safely so we feel it’s our job to teach them.
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The School Council have been elected by our classmates. Over the year, we organise different events for our school to enjoy. We helped make the Scrap Store Play Pod for the school. We also help with lots of great activities and try to make the school as fun as possible.
It’s an important role being a School Councillor as we have to listen to the different ideas children have and try and get these things to happen.
We are the Science Ambassadors and we carry out lots of science experiments. Every Monday, we hold a club for KS1 to give them an opportunity to test out lots of fun experiments. Also we organize different events for the whole school; for example, we once organized a poster event to see how much they know about science.
We want to try and show children how exciting science is and how much fun you can have doing different experiments. Science is for everyone to enjoy!
We are the Sports Leaders: our main role in school is to promote fitness and healthy lifestyles. We offer the opportunity for all children to take part in lots of different activities throughout the week. Also, we have held different events that the whole school has taken part in such as: Bike It, Invictus Games, Circutathon and a Duathlon. We have many more to come!
We are the Reading Champions. We make sure the school library is appealing and clean. In March, we organized World Book Day and judged the different costumes that children came to school in. Additionally, we make up different stories for children to enjoy. We read with other children throughout school and share stories. Also, we organise the book exchange and run the Book Fair for everyone to visit when it is in school.
We are the Ground Force Leaders; we spend our time outside improving, tidying and organizing the grounds around our school. We are very lucky to have the beautiful grounds that we have around us that we can enjoy. Also, we improve the environment for our local community.
We are House Captains and we are the leaders of our school teams – Beech, Oak, Ash and Rowan. We organize events and competitions for the school to enjoy. Also we raise money for charities – for example we held a Toy Sale and raised money for Thornberry Animal Sanctuary and Bluebell Wood.
On Wednesday 6th of March the ICT Cadets did an assembly to the whole school about how to be safe whilst gaming. We all felt nervous – well I did!
We told the children about the PEGI ratings for how old you should be to play certain games. We asked everyone to set their privacy settings to private or friends so other people can’t join in their game. We also asked everyone to not give any personal information away like name, address, email, phone numbers, school etc. Lots of children told us the different kind of games they played. It was exciting speaking at the front and lots of children got involved with our questions.
On Wednesday the 6th of March, the ICT Cadets held an assembly about safe gaming. We stood at the front of the hall and talked about how we can stay safe whilst playing games online. It was great – I felt a little nervous because I have never held an assembly before.
We told them which games are suitable for their age and about what to do if someone you don’t know sends you a message or a friend request. We also talked about privacy and how to change your settings to friends only because if your settings are on public, people you don’t know can join your game. Finally, we told children to never give away personal information such as account details, address and your second name.
On Wednesday 6th March 2019 the ICT cadets stood at the front of assembly and gave a presentation on how to stay safe online whilst gaming. However, before the assembly we were all felt nervous even though we practiced the day before. We spoke to the whole of the school about the PEGI ratings, which tells you how old you need to be to play a game and the game’s content. Also we spoke to the children about Privacy Settings on games and that you should always have your settings on private. Moreover, we talked about not giving any personal information away such as your name, address, phone number, age, email, school and any passwords. Finally, we asked the children to tell us what type of games they play and we also asked them questions to test how well they know how to be safe online.