Everton Park Spring Run 2018

Everton Park Spring Run 2018

Well done to everyone who took part in the annual race at Everton Park. We had some standout performances in blue, with Harrison finishing 2nd, Jack W finishing 3rd and Thomas finishing 6th and Jack T 1st and Gradi 2nd!

Lower Key Stage Two came out overall team winners, with Upper Key Stage Two only 3 points behind first place.

Year 6 Attendance Reward

After a tough week of SATs, it was time to celebrate the fantastic attendance that Year 6 have been producing all year. They accrued nearly £100 to spend based on attendance in previous half terms and decided to spend it on a reward for themselves of Domino’s Pizza after their long and arduous week! Well done to everyone involved and thank you to all their teachers and learning support assistants for support during this time.

Online safety: YouTube restricted mode

Online safety: YouTube restricted mode

The UK Safer Internet Centre has blogged a parent’s guide to YouTube restricted mode. It covers what restricted mode is, how it works, and how it can be implemented. Advice includes: giving children strategies to deal with unwanted content; exploring further settings, such as disabling the autoplay feature to ensure no unwanted videos automatically start playing; and enabling filtering systems.

Source: UK Safer Internet Centre  Date: 10 May 2018

NSPCC conference: How safe are our children? Growing up online

The NSPCC’s annual conference takes place on 20-21 June 2018 in London. The conference will feature talks from sector leaders, and explore the latest research and insight on keeping children safe in the digital age. The conference will also see the launch of the NSPCC’s How safe are our children? 2018 report, a comprehensive overview of the latest child protection data from the UK.

Source: NSPCC conference: How safe are our children? Growing up online

FREE guide about Yubo (formerly Yellow)

We have created a FREE guide for your school to share to its community about Yubo (formerly Yellow), the social media application which has been commonly labelled as ‘Tinder for Teens’.

Our guide informs parents about the dangers associated with the platform and how they can reduce the associated risks, including, but not limited to; Bullying, Low Self Esteem, ‘Going Live’ and Location Features.

Please share our free guide for parents by retweeting our guide here: https://twitter.com/natonlinesafety/status/991688591817441280

Many thanks for your support
The National Online Safety Team

LFC Kit Launch

We were lucky enough to be able to take five pupils from across the school to Anfield this week, to take part in the launch of the new Liverpool FC home kit for 2018-19, receiving a free kit of their own to take home!! As you can see from the pictures, the children truly loved their experience and we thank Red Neighbours for their work this year, keeping our pupils in touch with such a huge club in our community.

Wildflower Plot

Fantastic work from some UKS2 pupils, helping Ian, our school gardener, to get a plot of our school grounds ready for the planting of wildflowers! 

ASC Support for Parents and Carers.

Today is our second workshop for parents and carers, beginning at 1.00pm. Last week was very successful and we are sure that this week will be just as successful!

All are welcome to attend.

First Holy Communion Celebration

Congratulations to all of our children who celebrated their First Holy Communion yesterday.

Special thanks to Anne, Mr Southworth and their families who have helped to prepare the children during this year. 

We look forward to seeing photographs of their special day.

LFC 125 Year Canvas Project

Three of our pupils, who took part in the project with artist David Andrews, went to Anfield to join the launch of the canvas project marking 125 years of Liverpool FC history. Our pupils were designated the 1953 – 1957 period – look at their creations below!

Well done to everyone who took part, you are now a part of Liverpool’s history yourself and the canvas project can be seen in the Kenny Dalglish Stand.

Eco Council Wildflower Planting

Tuesday 8th May 2018

Today, the Eco council group went to Everton Park to plant Wildflower seeds. We planted them in an area that was developed by schools from around the area last summer. We were taught how to best scatter the seeds and how to look for the areas that would need the seeds most.

Recent Liverpool FC Football Matches

We have been very lucky this season to be able to give lots of our pupils the opportunity to see Liverpool (and Everton) football matches, through our links with Red Neighbours and LFC Foundation, the community part of the club. Recently, one lucky pupil was chosen to attend the Stoke City home game due to his fabulous work in the reading stars project last term. Two other pupils, were given tickets to watch the live screening of the Champions League Semi-Final away leg vs Roma this week! We hope to be able to bring you all more ticketing opportunities soon as well as next season!

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