TellMAMA visit 09.01.18

We had a visitor from Tell MAMA, a hate crime reporting organisation, to talk to parents about hate crimes, specifically to do with Islamophobia and anti-Muslim attacks, as well as other forms of hatred. It was well attended and a lot of thought...


Online Safety

As you will have seen on the news or read in papers over the past few days, there has been a call for all schools to help with ‘social media risk’ for children in primary education. The children’s commissioner has called for schools to play a...


Reading photographs

Hello parents/ carers, All of the staff and children at St Agnes are working really hard to improve reading throughout the school. The main way to do this is for more children to read for pleasure; both in school and at home.  Reading is...


Road Safety

This week the children will be reminded about the dangers of traffic and learn some rules to use to help keep them safe when crossing the road. Your child will take home a booklet written specifically for parents which gives guidance on relevant...


Pantosaurus NSPCC Song

Keeping Our Children Safe To keep the children safe at St Agnes we use various strategies to make the aware of what is right and wrong. In the EYFS and Key Stage One, they have been learning to sing Pantosaurus. Year One Circles loves to sing...

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