Sacred Heart Catholic Primary School,
Sacred Heart Catholic Primary School, Highfield Road, Hemsworth, WF9 4LJ
Keeping Myself Safe Week
February 25th saw the start of Keeping Myself Safe Week at Sacred Heart.
Monday saw us start the week with an assembly on safeguarding, looking at why Sacred Heart is part of Wakefields Young People's Charter. We also looked at who is responsible for keeping the children safe in school as well as informing the children all about the activities lined up for the week.
Tuesday saw the Fire Brigade come in to school to teach us all about fire safety and the need for an escape plan from our homes.
Wednesday saw our children looking at what bullying really is and also doing some work on the NSPCC's Pants are private
Thursday saw us taking a look at on-line safety and all about consent on-line and what that means to us in order to keep us safe.
Friday saw Sacred Heart visited by the police to do some work on being safe outside of school with all our classes.
We also had a final assembly to see what the children had learnt during the week
Mini Vinnies at the ‘Works of Mercy Celebration’ at Saint Joseph’s Castleford, 11th July 2018.
Year 6's exciting day out in the capital!
Keeping Myself Safe Week June 2018
25th June saw the start of safeguarding week. At Sacred Heart we are having a keeping myself safe week. Monday saw us start with an assembly on safeguarding, looking at who keeps us safe in school, ways to help ourselves keep safe and a look at what the children will be doing the rest of the week.
Monday also saw one of our local PCSO's come in to school and do some workshops with the children on stranger danger and how to keep themselves safe outside of school.
Tuesday 26th saw Future in Mind continue their excellent work in school with an assembly on understanding our feelings and looking after ourselves.
On Wednesday we had Tim Pinto return to school to do some workshops with the children on how to keep safe on-line, focusing on what we post and selfies that we take. He also worked with the children on what to look out fro if someone wants to add you as friend or sends you a friend request.
Our parents also benefited from Tim's excellent knowledge with a workshop shared with staff at the start of the school day to make adults aware of what dangers we and their children face.
Thursday saw the fire brigade come in to school and look at ways to keep safe in the home, such as using and checking smoke alarms, having an escape plan and knowing your address and details of where you are in case a fire needs to be reported. The children also had the excitement of seeing the fire engine and feeling the spray from the hose. Very refreshing on such a hot day!
Friday saw the launch of our new child friendly safeguarding leaflet, covering Wakefield's young peoples charter , along with lots of information and contact details for children to keep themselves safe.
6th February was Safer Internet Day. At Sacred
The children then went off to their various classes to complete activities, quizzes and watch short films to help them stay safe on the internet, use it in the correct way and help look after their own and others well-being.
Click on the links to look at the assembly power points
Wednesday saw a Detective Sergeant come in to school to speak with the children about Stranger Danger. This followed on from our e-Safety day. The children learnt about how strangers use the internet to talk to and then arrange to meet the children in person. The children also learnt how to keep themselves safe if it does happen and what to do. They also learnt how to keep safe outside of school.
Friday saw the whole school come together to discuss what they had learnt during Keeping Myself Safe Week. Please click on the download above to see our closing presentation.
Thursday and Friday our children learnt all about the NSPCC’s Pants are Private rule.
Tuesday saw Tim Pinto come in to Sacred Heart and teach all of our children about e-Safety. He also taught some of our parents about the dangers of the internet and apps, and how to help keep us safe. Even the staff learnt a lot!
Sacred Heart started “Keeping Myself Safe Week” with an assembly discussing all the things the children will be learning over the coming week. The children will be learning about e-Safety, stranger danger, the NSPCC’s pants are private rule, amongst many other things to help keep themselves safe. They were also reminded about the Young Peoples Charter that Sacred Heart School is a part of. A copy of the charter can be downloaded from our safeguarding page.