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  • Captain Tom Moore Art Project- Year 1

    Published 01/04/21

    Have a look at the amazing learning going on in Year 1!

     

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  • Red Nose Day 2021

    Published 01/04/21

    This year, we raised a whopping £477.05 for Red Nose Day! Thank you to everyone who contributed!

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  • Red Nose Day 2021

    Published 10/03/21
    It is Red Nose Day on Friday 19th March.  This year, the theme is superheroes!  We would like the children to dress up as:
     
    Their favourite superhero or
    Make up their own superhero or
    Dress up as a teacher!
     
    We are asking children to donate £1 and the Community Ambassadors will be collecting  at the school gates.  This year, there will also be a Just Giving Page on our website if you would like to donate online.
     
    As always, red noses will be on sale at school from Monday 15th March in readiness for Friday.  They will cost £1.50.
     
    We are also asking children to come ready on Friday with their favourite joke, so that the day can be lots of laughs!
     
    If you choose to wear your mask at school and buy a red nose, remember you can wear your red nose anywhere to support the charity!
     
    Thank you for all your support, as always.
     
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  • Virtual Assembly Friday 5th March 2021

    Published 04/03/21

    Hello all! Here is this week’s virtual assembly. This will be the last one before we return to school on Monday, we can't wait to have you back. This week, as you can probably tell, Mr Hughes discusses all things World Book Day! Please click the link below to watch!

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  • Virtual Assembly Friday 26th February 2021​​​​​​​

    Published 25/02/21

    Welcome back! We hope you’ve all had a restful half term. Here is this week’s virtual assembly for you all to enjoy. Please click the link below to watch!

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  • World Book Day 2021

    Published 25/02/21

    World Book Day celebrations are going to be a little bit different to usual this year but it will still be just as fun!

    To celebrate the day, we have organised some fun activities to do as a whole school. Teachers will also be sending out more fun activities to complete on World Book Day (4th March 2021).

    On Thursday 4th March we will be holding our annual World Book Day Dress Up! Attend your Zoom meeting dressed up and send in a picture to your teacher.

    A PRIZE WILL BE GIVEN FOR THE BEST DRESSED.

    Have a look at some of the winners from last year!

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  • Daily Mile Challenge

    Published 22/02/21

    What is it all about?

    The Daily Mile Challenge is a social physical activity that involves running or jogging. Children can occasionally walk to catch their breath if necessary but should aim to run or jog for the full 15 minutes. Please see the documents below for more information!

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  • Safer Internet Day 2021

    Published 12/02/21

    This year, Aldersbrook took part in Safer Internet Day virtually. Click the OneDrive link below to see some of the amazing outcomes that have been sent in this week.

    • Nursery and Reception read a story about Smartie the Penguin and came up with their own songs to help him stay safe on the Internet
    • Year 1 created a puppet on how to retell the story of Smartie
    • Year 2 wrote a letter to the Wise Owl, asking it questions about all things E-Safety
    • Year 3 and 4 became news reporters and shared their knowledge on how to spot fake news
    • Year 5 had some great discussions about a range of scenarios they could come across online
    • Year 6 completed several activities that focused on telling the different between reliable and unreliable information

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  • Virtual Assembly Friday 12th February 2021

    Published 11/02/21

    Hello everyone, the final assembly of the term has arrived! Watch Mr Hughes discuss all things snow, good work from across the week, a new attendance cup winner and a much anticipated update on his daffodils. Everyone at Aldersbrook thanks you for your amazing support and work during this term and we wish you a safe and restful half term.

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  • Snow Update

    Published 08/02/21

    Monday 8th February 2021 - 

    School is open as usual for critical workers. Please take care on roads and pathways around school entrances and walk if you can.

    Thank you.

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  • Virtual Assembly Friday 5th February 2021

    Published 04/02/21

    Hello Aldersbrook, the new virtual assembly has arrived! This week, Mr Hughes talks about everything that is going in our school, from Safer Internet Day to our new value of the month. Keep an eye out for appearances from other teachers too! He will be sharing some amazing work as usual and as you can see from the thumbnail... a new attendance cup winner will be announced too. Enjoy!

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  • Safer Internet Day 2021

    Published 04/02/21

    An Internet we trust: exploring reliability in the online world

    Safer Internet Day 2021 celebrates the amazing range of information and opportunities online, and its potential to inform, connect and inspire us, whilst also looking at how young people can separate fact from fiction.

    The day will also look at the emotional impact navigating a misleading online world can have on young people and why it is important to create a supportive, critical and questioning culture online that encourages debate and discussion. We want to give young people the skills to support one another, and the strategies to spot and speak out against harmful and misleading content online.

    In order to decide on a theme that was important to young people we spoke to them about the types of content they see online and found fake news and inaccurate content to come up often. Young people said they saw:

    • ‘I see a lot of Fake News content, a lot of fake celebrity gossip, fake gossip (general)’
    • ‘Adverts on webpages showing celebrities with extreme weight loss transformations.’
    • ‘Adverts and pop ups or even occasional messages from strangers.’
    • ‘People on TikTok making up news and conspiracy theories…’

    We know that the issues of misinformation and ‘fake news’ do not solely affect young people, but that these issues do have a great impact on how young people feel about their time online.

    We want to help equip young people with the skills they need to spot inaccurate content, which can sometimes be a complex task. Once young people feel more comfortable separating fact from fiction it is important that we then help them to take the next steps in helping to create an Internet full of trustworthy and reliable information. We invite everyone to join us, and Safer Internet Day supporters across the globe, to help create a better Internet on Tuesday, 9th February 2021 and throughout the whole year.

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