Year 4 Safe Internet/Anti Cyber bullying Play

As part of their on-going safety education, year four have been invited to a ‘Safe Internet/Anti Cyberbullying’ play which will be
held at St. Thomas More School in Bedford during the morning of Monday 30th January 2017.
Accessing the internet is now a way of life for the majority of young children who are often one step ahead of adults in this area.
Using this valuable tool highlights the need to keep children safe and this age appropriate presentation will include:
 Safe internet/social media use
 Keeping personal information safe
 The effects of cyber-bullying on others
 What to do if you are being cyber-bullied
 What to do if you get that ‘oh oh’ feeling on-line
 What makes a ‘healthy relationship’
 What to do if you have questions or concerns
The play will complement and reinforce our planned internet safety curriculum.

Mon, Jan. 30, 2017 10:00am — 12:00pm

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Welcome to Oakley Primary Academy

I would like to welcome you to Oakley Primary Academy. We are a friendly village school with exciting times ahead as we begin our journey of being part of the newly formed Meridian Trust. We work closely with all the schools within the Trust, as well as other schools and pre-schools in the local area. This enables us to share expertise, good practice and learn and move forward together. The close links we have with the pre-schools enable us to really get to know the pupils and their families before they join the Early Years.

We are proud to be a ‘Values School’. The values we teach are modelled by our staff members and through our teaching of the curriculum. We are a supportive and hardworking team, where all stakeholders are valued and listened to.

At Oakley Primary Academy we deliver the National Curriculum through a creative curriculum so that learning is creative, fun, and meaningful. There is a clear progression of knowledge in each subject to enable children to grow in all areas and be successful, not only academically, but in daily life.

We work very closely with the families of our school and acknowledge the importance of close home/school links.

We have an open-door policy and there is always someone available if you wish to talk.

I am extremely proud of our school and of all the hard work from our pupils, families, staff, and governors.

Please visit our website to find out more about Oakley Primary.

Sarah Litchfield