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Safer Internet Day 2021 - An Internet We Trust - Tuesday 9th Feb

 

With our children spending so much time online we though Safer Internet Day was important to celebrate with both children and parents at Barley Close. 

 

There are a range of special events taking place and two we think are helpful are the live lesson on 9th Feb via the BBC https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/live-lessons/safer-internet-day-live-lesson/zdh2wnb

This website is also packed with other useful information and resources to help parents and children. 

Own it, is amazing for KS2 parents and children, it has lots of information and is a great one to explore with your child and discuss any issues that you may face. https://www.bbc.com/ownit

 

We also have developed a virtual library that you can explore with your children, click on a book to find a great story focusing on how to be safe online. There is one for Reception and KS1 and one for KS2, both featuring great books to share and discuss staying safe on line.

Also attached is a copy of 2021's Digital Parenting magazine, which is a helpful resource and a nice easy read. 

 

We hope you have a great time celebrating Safer Internet Day! 

 

South Gloucestershire Council Road Safety Team

Louis Taylor Road Safety Show KS1 & KS2

 

 

Thank you for booking pre-recorded presentations of the Louis Taylor Road Safety Show for KS1 & KS2.

The link below can be watched multiple times by as many children as you like any time from 25th January to 5th February, when the link will be removed.

This can be watched in school and forwarded to any pupils for home learning.

 

KS1 =   www.louistaylorsroadsafetyshows.co.uk/southglous/ks1

 

KS2 =  louistaylorsroadsafetyshows.co.uk/southglous/ks2

 

Walking Activities

We have the perfect activity booklet for families to support their children in learning about important themes while staying active. Each resource sheet includes three activities: one for the little ones, one for older children and one special indoor activity.

 

Teaching resources for this term

Our spring term lesson plan is out! With this curriculum-linked 60-minute lesson plan we look at ‘FOOTPRINTS – humans and animals walking’. 

KS1 Lesson Plan

KS1 Lesson Plan - No printer

KS2 Lesson Plan

KS2 Lesson Plan - No printer

South Gloucestershire Council

Road Safety Team

 

 

 

We hope this finds you well,

 

The Road safety team usually deliveries many different Road safety interventions and training into our schools, due to the current situation we are unable to offer this therefore we have secured funding to use the following resource for your Reception, Year 1 & 2 pupils to continue sharing our very important messages.

 

www.Safersteps.co.uk

 

Click on the above link and then log in:

Username: woersp

Password: SSWOERSP20 (in CAPS)

 

Please note it will always ask you whether you want to restart or resume, you want to select restart, this is due to multi users

 

 

 

There are 5 chapters with questions and fun activities to complete.

 

                    

 

We are sure when children are on their daily walk, bike ride or scooter ride they are discovering parts of the neighbourhood that they didn’t know before and perhaps different routes to get around. This can be a great opportunity for them to consider the way they travel, in particular the journey to and from school. With air quality better than it’s been in some time and roads quieter, it’s an opportunity to encourage them to form new habits and pledge to walk, ride or scoot for more of their journeys

South Gloucestershire Council

Road Safety Team

 

 

The Road safety team usually deliveries many different Road safety interventions and training into our schools, due to the current situation we are unable to offer this therefore we have secured funding to use the following resource for your Year 3, 4, 5 & 6 pupils to continue sharing our very important messages.

 

Air Land and Seaair quality and sustainable travel

click here.

The section that is most appropriate for Road Safety is found if you scroll down to LAND and click on the red circle “find out more about staying safe on road”, here you will find lesson plans and videos which can be used.

 

We are sure when children are out on their daily walk, bike ride or scooter ride they are discovering parts of the neighbourhood that they didn’t know before and different routes to get around. This can be a great opportunity for them to consider the way they travel, in particular the journey to and from school. With air quality better than it’s been in some time and roads quieter, it’s an opportunity to encourage them to form new habits and pledge to walk, ride or scoot for more of their journeys.


  • Barley Close Community Primary School
  • Barley Close, Mangotsfield, Bristol
  • United Kingdom, BS16 9DL
  • Tel: 01454 867090
  • Email: enquiries@barleyclose.org.uk
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