‘Winter Images’ Competition

Thank you for all the superb pictures and photos that were submitted for our competition to promote active travel to School. The JTAs and I really enjoyed looking at all the entries. We were very impressed with the creativity and especially the atmospheric photos. The winners were announced in an assembly on Tuesday and presented […]

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Poster Competition

Thank you to everyone who entered the Unofficial One Way System Poster Competition. The JTA’s had a very tough time choosing the winners from Key Stage 1 and 2. The winners and the runners up received a fantastic goody bag full of prizes. Congratulations to: Runners Up Key Stage 1: Lilla Ratoti 2R Key Stage […]

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Be Bright, Be Seen Day

On Wednesday, we held a ‘Be Bright, Be Seen Day,’ to remind children of the importance of being seen and safe on the roads. Thank you everyone for taking part and wearing such bright clothing on the day!

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Giant walking bus

On Wednesday children from Year 1 to Year 6 took part in the Giant Walking Bus to encourage drivers to ‘GO 20mph’ around our school.  In doing so, it helped pupils to understand and learn about the dangers on the road.  It also promotes road safety to parents and drivers in the wider community to […]

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Road Safety

On Wednesday the children in Reception and Year 1 had a visit from a Road Safety expert, who spoke to them about how to be safe when on the street. She taught them that they must always hold hands with an adult when near a road and when crossing it. The expert then told the […]

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Walk to School Week 15th-19th May

Walk to School Week 15th-19th May Next week is the national Walk to School Week, where we encourage you to walk to school rather than using your car. To celebrate this, the teachers will be handing out prizes to the children who join our walking buses at the designated areas at 8:30am everyday next week. […]

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Year 2 – Road Safety

This morning Christine Tame, Road Safety Consultant for Barnet, took us for a walk and pointed out all the dangers to look out for when crossing a road safely. The main things we were learnt were: The different types of crossings To look for changes in the kerb Not just to look left and right, […]

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