The child who lives with recognition
learns to have goals
Acorn 2 found a great new way to make marks. They used frozen yoghurt! It made lovely marks as it melted. ... See MoreSee Less
Acorn one enjoying the outdoors. They are given lots of opportunities to develop their physical skills outside. ... See MoreSee Less
The Oak team used their beach tuff tray to make marks and to use their always developing imagination. ... See MoreSee Less
Saplings have been using their green fingers to repot their lovely indoor plants. ... See MoreSee Less
Here are some useful tips for parents and carers on how to keep your child safe when online:
🌞 start early: discuss internet safety with your child from a young age. Studies show that even primary school children experience cyberbullying and inappropriate online content.
💬keep communication open: let your child know they can always approach you with any concerns about online content or uncomfortable online interactions.
⚠️report abuse: familiarise yourself and your child with the report abuse buttons on social platforms to report cyberbullying or inappropriate material. Encourage your child to report incidents too.
🔒use parental controls: make use of parental control settings to block certain websites or content that may be unsuitable for your child. Seek out child-friendly software or "kids-mode apps."
For more advise visit ➡️ www.worcestershire.gov.uk/council-services/childrens-services/keeping-your-child-safe-online ... See MoreSee Less
Here is our menu for the week. ... See MoreSee Less
Acorn one explored their pancake tuff tray and enjoyed using their senses of taste and touch to do so. ... See MoreSee Less