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- 18th JunGreen for Grenfell
Last Friday marked the two-year anniversary of the tragic events that occurred at the Grenfell Tower, on 14th June 2017
- 11th JunSummer Fayre donations
The Summer Fayre is only a few days away!
- 11th JunSchool Journey Celebration Assembly
After a wonderful, action-packed week in Osmington Bay, the Year 6s are back to enjoy their final few weeks at Servite. As a celebration of their time on school journey, there will be a special (fun!) certificates assembly on Tuesday 18th June at 2:45pm for the Year 6 class. We hope that as many Year 6 parents as possible can join us for this special event.
- 11th JunEnd of Key-Stage Assessment (SATs) Results information
The DfE have released useful guides for parents of children in Years 2 and 6 regarding the End of Key-Stage assessments (SATs)
- 14th MaySports Week 2019
Next week is one of our favourite weeks in the school calendar - Sports Week! Mr Abbassy has been busy organising an active, fun-packed timetable for all the children.
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Safer Internet Day
The theme of this year's Safer Internet Day is 'Together for a Better Internet'.
During the week at school, the children will be talking about online respect, as well as how to give - or not give - consent to personal information or photos being shared online.
The resources we will be using at Servite come from 2 sources:
Google have also developed a free game called Interland, which, through gameplay, teaches children about online responsibility using the Internet Legends Code (as detailed above) by introducing them to situations where they will need to make choices to keep themselves safe.
Both of these sites have some wonderful resources to help you have a conversation at home around staying safe online, giving consent for the sharing of photos and other personal information, respecting others online and - most importantly - asking for help or advice if your child encounters anything online that makes them feel uncomfortable or upset.
In partnership, by encouraging online responsibility and making it a two-way conversation, we can ensure that both we and our children are 'Together for a Better Internet'.
You can find links to other resources concerning online safety on the more general Online Safety page.