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  • May 26, 2017

    NSPCC website

    This website is a great tool to help with online safety using their campaign ‘Be Share Aware’. It also has a section about how to talk to your child about Terrorism. www.nspcc.org.uk

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  • Letters were sent out at the end of this half term detailing SRE (Sex and Relationships Education) at Charnock. The letters contained the date for a drop in session for parents on Tuesday 7th June between 3:30pm and 5:30pm and information about how and what is taught in each year group. A link to these […]

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  • March 19, 2017

    Science Week

    It has been Science week this week at Charnock Hall Primary Academy and it has been truly amazing. We have had visits from Sublime Science in which every child got to make and take home their own slime, we had fantastic investigations and lessons taking place throughout school, plus every child was able to sign […]

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  • March 13, 2017

    Orienteering

    Four teams of Y4 and 5 children attended an orienteering competition at Rainbow Forge last week. “We enjoyed taking part and having fun. We had to track down flags and markers using a map of the grounds to win.” Niamh and Lewis. All four teams were fantastic, showing great sportsmanship and teamwork, resulting in a […]

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  • March 8, 2017

    World Book Day

    The National Curriculum states that teachers should develop in children a love of literature through widespread reading for enjoyment, and we certainly showed that we love reading on Thursday! As usual, many children and staff dressed up as book characters. We had Wallys and wizards; Geek Girls and Gangster Grannies; Fairies and Footballers; and a […]

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  • March 7, 2017

    Lexi’s Charity Haircut

    Lexi, who recently had her hair cut in school to raise money for The Sheffield Children’s Hospital, was invited to the hospital’s charity office to receive a cheque for the money she raised. She met Caitlin, who has helped the family with the fundraising. Well done Lexi, we are really proud of you.

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  • February 12, 2017

    Visit from Clive Betts MP

    On Friday 3rd February, me and the other year five and six school councillors went to meet some very important people in our school library. They came to see the library because we have named it after George McDonald, who used to be a governor at our school. We met five people, Clive Betts, who […]

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  • February 8, 2017

    Charity Haircut

    An amazing event took place in school recently. One of our pupils, Lexi, chose to have a significant amount of her hair cut off for 2 different charities.   I got my hair cut for the Little Princess Trust. I had 12 inches cut off. It made my head feel lighter! The money I raised […]

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  • Thank you to those who came to our Online Safety Meeting.  We hope you found it useful and it helped to make you feel confident that your child is safe online. The following are recommended web sites for you to find out more and stay up to date with the latest information about online safety. […]

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  • The children have been learning about keeping safe online in class. Ask them about SMART and what it stands for. Below are a number of links to support this at home. Some are for you and your children to look at together, whereas others are just for parents. Online Safety links for parents to look […]

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