Get ready everyone for World Book Day on Thurs 4th March! Children at home and in school are encouraged to dress as their favourite book character on this day, along with our staff team! Parents and carers can find further information through ParentMail.
The NSPCC share a whole range of top tips for parents relating to online safety, including setting parental controls, learning about risks of online games and how to protect your child and making internet connected toys safer for your child. Find them at nspcc.org.uk/keeping-childr…
We hope the snow has created a welcome change of scene today! We've had great fun at playtime and just as much fun working mathematically with bundles of sticks and identifying trees in outdoor learning. A good balance of free choice fun and exciting learning #learningeverywhere pic.twitter.com/EMHNJRPIc3
Some of the best ways to help keep children safe online are to keep having conversations about online safety and to be in the same room as them, knowing what they are seeing and who they are talking to. thinkuknow.co.uk/parents/jess… has advice for supporting children aged 4-7.
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