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07 February 2018

Awesome Endings

Today was an exciting day for the classes in Crosby. It was the day where we show our learning to our parents and family; who we welcome in for the afternoon.

In Class 1 parents could see pieces of work as well as take part in some classroom activities.

Class 2 rounded off their topic with a circus performance – full of live tricks and stunts!

And in Class 4 visitors could have a homemade scone and cups of tea in the Victorian Tea Room, and also take part in Victorian yard games.

07 February 2018

Police Officer Visit

Today, Wednesday 7th February, Crosby had two very special visitors: Police Officers Helen and Becca. Class 1 have been learning about real life superheroes and loved finding out more about police equipment and vehicles. But the visit was also appropriate for the whole school as part of our school value: Trust. We were able to find out about the different sections of the police force who look after our community on a day to day basis; people who we can trust with our lives.

We would like to extend a big ‘thank you’ to the community officers for coming into Crosby. We loved meeting you and finding out about your important jobs.

06 February 2018

Safer Internet Day

Today Crosby took part in Safer Internet Day; a day where we can especially explore the Internet, its uses and also its dangers. The day began with an assembly led by our Online Safety Committee. The group confidently led the school through a powerpoint which explained the focus of our sessions; “create, connect and share respect.” Then, back in our classrooms, children took part in different activities.

Class 1 were inspired by an online story (and the snow day) to create some artwork. Meanwhile, Class 2 created some online work using Purplemash which they then shared onto their ‘display boards.’ The two classes were then able to come together and share comments about the work; making sure that their contributions were respectful and kind.

Class 3 and 4 also created online pieces of work, which were then submitted onto online blogs. The children were then able to comment on the work and review eachother’s successes. Class 4 were even inspired to create their own blogs to connect online safely.

Finally, the whole school completed some paper chain strips with ideas of how to be respectful online. Together with the parents and staff, we connected these altogether in our Good Work Assembly on Friday. Our paper chain shows that we can create, we are connected and we know how to behave respectfully online.

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