The school will be inspected on the 21st and 22nd of January 2020. and they wish to gather the views of pupils:
Ofsted is inspecting your school and would like to hear your
views. You can do this by completing an online pupil questionnaire at the
following link: https://ofsted.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/Pupil/10132950
This link must not be shared to anyone outside of the school.
Your views are really important to us and will help
inspectors understand your experience of school. The questionnaire will close
at 3pm on 21 January 2020, to give the inspector time to look at the results.
The questionnaires work in Chrome, Firefox, Safari and Internet Explorer 11 and
on mobiles and tablets when you copy and paste the link into the browser.
We do not ask for your
name, so you will not be identified from the responses you make.
During Black History Month, Year 2 learned about the migrants who traveled to England on the Empire Windrush. They learned about their significant roles in helping to rebuild the country following WW2.
The children thought about what they would have packed if they were on the ship and also learned a dance to a well known Windrush song.
A huge thank you to all of The Meadows community for collecting the Aldi Team GB stickers in order for us to enter the exciting Kit for Schools competition. We’ve enjoyed every minute. We have almost completed our second poster and are now in with a chance to win £20,000 for our school and some Aldi sports kits too.
Children from across the school visited the City Serve office (our lunch time dinner suppliers) last week. They learnt all about the importance of healthy eating and found of the shocking truth about how much sugar there is in different cereals and drinks.
As you may have seen on the news, there is a new trend named the ‘Momo Challenge’ spreading across the internet and social media. It consists of a horrifying character which appears on YouTube, Fortnite, and many other platforms your children may be using to play games or watch videos.
The doll haunts children to add a contact on messaging service WhatsApp, then hounds them with violent images and dares. We are aware that MOMO requesting children to add a number into their phones is also used as a hacking technique, used to steal personal information.
Parents/Carers are encouraged to talk to their children about internet safety and monitor what content your children are accessing. It has been reported that Momo will appear midway through a streamed episode of Peppa Pig and other child friendly shows, games or videos. We advise you all to be vigilant.
A downloadable guide offering further guidance and advice on dealing with this matter, can be found on the ‘National Online Safety’ website: https://nationalonlinesafety.com/…guides/momo-online-safety-guide-for-parents
It is extremely important that you are all made aware of these online challenges, to help limit the chance of your children being targeted.
Thank you for your co-operation.