Teaching Pupils the Dangers of the Internet

Teaching Pupils the Dangers of the Internet

The internet is becoming an increasingly significant part of young people’s lives, and although it is undeniably a great resource for learning, unsafe use can pose risks. At St Mary & All Saints CE Primary School, we believe that education is crucial to making sure that our pupils are able to use the internet safely. On Safer Internet Day, we will continue to teach students about the threats and dangers they may experience while online. Every year, new statistics demonstrate

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Shining a Light on Children’s Mental Health

Shining a Light on Children’s Mental Health

Today marks the first day of Children’s Mental Health Week, and St Mary & All Saints CE Primary School is taking the opportunity to educate pupils on mental health. Along with providing excellent support, we believe that teaching children about the effects of mental health problems is a great way to remove the stigma and create a caring and encouraging environment. The first ever Children’s Mental Health Week took place in 2015. It was created and launched by Place2Be, the

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Leading the Battle Against Bullies

Today is the start of Anti-bullying Week, which places a really important focus on the prevalence of bullying and the damaging effects it has on children. At St Mary & All Saints C of E Primary School, we dedicate a wealth of time and resources every year to preventing and eradicating bullying. Anti-bullying Week is organised annually by the Anti-Bullying Alliance (ABA), a unique coalition of organisations and individuals united against bullying. Their vision is to “stop bullying and create

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Children Celebrate the Best that British Food has to Offer

Children Celebrate the Best that British Food has to Offer

From the world-renowned combination of fish and chips to the simplicity of bangers and mash, there are so many delicious meals that are considered quintessentially British. For the last two weeks, our pupils have been celebrating high-quality British produce and the food that fuels our nation. The celebrations marked British Food Fortnight, which took place between 22nd September and 7th October. Held at the same time as harvest festival, it is the largest annual, national tribute to British food and

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Parent Survey

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SMAS performs at B Love ’18 festival

Our school's Samba Bateria was invited to perform at the Basingstoke Music festival on Sunday 8th July.  Mrs Toole and 10 pupils represented the school and gave a performance on the SunJam Stage. We were given back stage passes and had our own chill out area while waiting to go on stage.  After our performance we watched other artists perform, collected autographs and mingled with the famous people of Basingstoke! After that, we visited the Magical Forest then we headed

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Pirates seen in school!

In Reception we have been learning all about 'Under the Sea'.  As part of our topic work we have also been learning pirates, Arrgh!  We learnt in song, learnt about being a pirate ship and wrote pirate descriptions.  The children nearly walked the plank, but were well behaved and the crocodile went hungry!!! #1#2#3#4#5#6#7#8#9#10#11#12#13#14#15#16#17#18#19#20#21#22#23#24#25#26#27#28#29#30#31#32#33#34#35#36#37#38

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