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Whole School Peace and Remembrance Days 

Thursday 9th & Friday 10th November 2017

 

    The children were delighted to take part in our R.E. whole school focus day all about Peace and Remembrance.  Each class (from Nursery to Year 6) enjoyed a workshop led by Mr & Mrs Lane, promoting the message of Peace. It was fantastic to see how thoughtful, kind and compassionate St Luke's children are.  

            

 

       

 

            

 

       

We are very proud of our Year 6S pupils who have this week been selling poppies in aid of the Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal.  They have also created a beautiful display of War Poems in our Entrance Hallway to help show our support for this year's Remembrance Day.

 

 

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Prestatyn 2017 - Friday 23rd June until Friday 30th June

 

Pupils in Year 3 and 4 are looking forward to the Residential Trip to Prestatyn in North Wales.  They'll be lots of fun things to do there. 

                                       

Online Safety Workshops -

Monday 5th & Tuesday 6th June 

 

On Monday 5th June and Tuesday 6th June classes from Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 took part in Online Safety Workshops in the Hall.  These reinforced the key messages of staying safe online; keeping personal details secret, not sharing photographs, online friendships and how to report any suspect behaviour whilst online. 

 

Year 1 – “It was AMAZING!! The buzzer was so funny. The Big Bad Wolf tried to find out the little Pig’s information, like real name, age, school you go too. I know that you do not give anyone online your real name, just use a nickname to try to trick them. I’d love to do it again.”

 

         

 

Year 2 – “It was all about learning to be safe online. l liked it when he dressed up as Grandma so he could try to get Little Red Riding Hood’s information but it was really a nasty Wolf. I know that if someone tried to find out information about be I’d tell them it’s none of their business!!”

    

 

Year 3 – “Akash and I were being Superheroes, we went into a big computer. We started fighting crime then a Joker came. The Joker asked us loads of questions like where do you live? What school do you go to? What’s your name? But nobody told him because he was a stranger.”

 

    

 

 Year 4 – “It was great. It was fake Superheroes with a huge computer where he typed in codes. He told me never to tell anyone your; AGE, STREET & HOUSE NUMBER, COLOUR OF CAR. And you’re not allowed to show them your photographs.” 

 

  

 

Year 5 – “I thought it was a good workshop- short, snappy, lot of info in a short time. The class liked it, thought it was fun and would do it again.” Mr Porter

 

Year 6 – “The children were well engaged in the session, Clem had a good manner and approach with them. The children participated well with his questions and showed the knowledge that they already had about online safety.

The children enjoyed the session, they like being up and moved around” Mrs Donohue.

 

Easter Enterprise

 

On the 30th March the High Potential Learners organised a Easter Enterprise afternoon. Every class was given £20 to spend on resources. Each class chose a craft to make and sell. They were responsible for setting the price for the items they sold and selecting the materials they used. This extended learning in Maths, English, Art and D&T.

The High Potential Learners from each class ran their stall with the help of additional adults. Children were allowed to come and spend their money during the afternoon.

 

The total profit of this Enterprise was £531.28

 

The items made and sold included:

  • Popcorn bunnies
  • Easter nest cakes
  • Easter biscuits
  • Easter activity packs
  • Easter raffle
  • Easter cards
  • Easter lollipops

 

 

We donated £220.64 to the RSPCA and £310.62 to the Life Centre. These charities were chosen by the children as they are part of our community.

We visited these charities with our cheques and had a tour of the facilities and a break down of how our money will be spent.

 

 

RSPCA

  • Bandages
  • Medicines
  • Immunisations
  • Food
  • Shelter
  • Emergency rescue

 

Life Centre

The Life centre work closely with Georgia’s Children of the World who have provided schools for children in Cambodia.

  • Food parcels
  • Nurture breakfast group
  • Make lunch club
  • School uniforms
  • Counseling
  • Youth club

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Safer Internet Day 2017

Tuesday 7th February 2017 

 

Thank you to all the parents who took the time to support your children and the school by attending the Safer Internet / Bring a Parent to School Day.

For any Parents that were unable to attend please find the key messages below.

 

It is really important to chat with your children on an ongoing basis about staying safe online.

Not sure where to begin? These conversation starter suggestions can help.

 

  1. Ask your children to tell you about the sites they like to visit and what they enjoy doing online.
  2. Ask them about how they stay safe online. What tips do they have for you, and where did they learn them? What is OK and not OK to share?
  3. Ask them if they know where to go for help, where to find the safety advice, privacy settings and how to report or block on the services they use.
  4. Encourage them to help someone! Perhaps they can show you how to do something better online or they might have a friend who would benefit from their help and support.
  5. Think about how you each use the internet. What more could you do to use the internet together? Are there activities that you could enjoy as a family?​

 

Use the link below, to find out information on making the technology in your house safe for your children.

https://www.saferinternet.org.uk/advice-centre/parents-and-carers/parents-guide-technology

 

Christmas Enterprise

 

On the 16th December 2016 the High Potential Learners organised a Christmas Enterprise afternoon. Every class was given £20 to spend on resources. Each class chose a craft to make and sell. They were responsible for setting the price for the items they sold and selecting the materials they used. This extended learning in Maths, English, Art and D&T.

The High Potential Learners from each class ran their stall with the help of additional adults. Children were allowed to come and spend their money during the afternoon.

 

The total profit of this Enterprise was £487.62

 

The items made and sold included:

  • Festive Cakes
  • Magnets
  • Snowman Biscuits
  • Reindeer Hot Chocolate
  • Reindeer Food
  • Gingerbread
  • Gift Tags
  • Fudge
  • Chocolate Lollies
  • Sweet Cones
  • Christmas Crackers
  • Bath Bombs
  • Christmas Cards
  • Snow Globes
  • Flowers

 

Year 3A made the most profit of £100, 2W came second with £84.18 and The Woodlands came third with £56.49. Well done!

The Woodlands making their Sweet Cones.

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