Our Lady Immaculate Catholic Primary School

360 Degree Internet Safety Quality Mark

360 Degree Internet Safety Quality Mark

This month we have received the 360* Internet Safety Quality Mark. It has been a project that all the school has been involved in working towards. This invaluable Quality Mark and our completion of the award proves the huge effort that the school has invested in Internet safety has been rewarded and shown impact. Our assessor Kenneth Corish was very thorough in his assessment of out Internet Safety Policies and approaches to safeguarding our children.

To read the full details of the assessment go to the Curriculum Page / Internet Safety.

Internet safety resources for parents

Internet safety resources for parents

The UK Safer Internet Centre highlights internet safety resources to help parents and carers ensure children stay safe online whilst getting to explore and discover new things. Resources include information about drawing up a family agreement about online use in the home, and the online issues facing children and young people, available in 13 languages.

Source: UK Safer Internet Centre  Date:12 July 2017

ICT Monitors trip to the Apple Shop in Liverpool One

Thank you to all the staff in the Apple shop in Liverpool One for making the ICT Monitors trip really exciting and memorable. We made a short film with our friends and then played with all the new exciting equipment. The photos explain in more detail! 

Reception and Sports Day – PM Cancelled

Sports day this afternoon has been cancelled due to more rain and slippy surfaces making the event unsafe. We will do our upmost to reschedule for before the summer break.

Sorry for any inconvenience caused. 

LFC Ticket Initiative Scheme

A group of Year 5s were involved in a Champions League style draw to choose the four LFC matches our pupils will be able to watch next year. They chose: Arsenal, West Ham United, Newcastle United and Southampton.

Merseyside School Games – Boccia

Well done to our Boccia teams, who represented Liverpool today. The Merseyside School Games bring together the champions of each borough (Liverpool, Sefton, Knowsley, St Helens and Halton) to battle it out for the title. 

Our teams managed a sixth place finish and they can hold their heads high after a very successful season.

Online safety conversation “icebreakers”

Online safety conversation “icebreakers”

O2, as part of its partnership with the NSPCC to help all children and families in the UK stay safe together online, has created a series of weekly emails for parents and carers to help them start a conversation with their children about online safety.

Further information: NSPCC

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