Author: Tanners Wood Teachers

Oak internet safety

On Tuesday and Wednesday, Oak class completed activities linked to Internet Safety day. They answered a quiz and brainstormed the best responses in role play. They considered a range of role play scenarios such as nasty texts on a mobile or unknowable friend requests on an online game.

Safety online

Ash class have been learning about how to stay safe on the Internet. After watching a clip about which details not to give out, some children decided to create posters. Some superb examples of cursive handwriting , finger spaces and using phonics to spell new words.

Roaring fun!

This week we were lucky enough to have the wonderful dinosaur experts visit us with thier baby T-Rex called Jack and thier almost fully grown T-Rex called Sophie. The children got to stroke them, learn all about what they used to eat and what the Earth looked like when dinosaurs were the most common species around. Later, we got to become paelentologists and explore real fossils from dinosaurs, fish and plants. We carefully brushed the sand away and tried to work out what the fossil was using pictures and facts. 

Smartie the Penguin

Today Apple Nursery have been learning about how to be safe online through a story about ‘Smartie the Penguin’. If we see or do something we are unsure about, always tell an adult! Smartie taught us a song to remind us how to stay safe…

Before you tap and click,
You need to stop and think,
And TELL someone!

We coloured in some pictures of Smartie the Penguin.


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