Three lucky children in year 2 won a competition where they had to design their own anti-social behavior poster to be displayed in Pickering Park. Ella, Harley and Summer all designed fantastic posters which have now been made into real metal signs and displayed in our local park! Well done boys and girls!
Summer, Ella and Harley with Summer’s sign
On Friday, the children were taken to Pickering Park to view their signs with PC Robertson and a press crew. They were interviewed and photographed for the police website and twitter! ( @humberbeat )
Harley with his sign.
Ella with her sign.
Ella being interviewed.
On top of all of that they also recieved a £10 Smyths toys voucher! Well done, the signs look fantastic!
This week Y6 have completed their IMPS training programme, learning how to stay safe, prevent injuries through considering the risk and learning life-saving first aid.
Across two days, both classes took part in two sessions. They covered a range of topics from minimising and assessing risks, what to do in an emergency, how small cuts and fractures are treated, how to perform CPR and put an causality in the recovery position.
Our children were fantastic – asking lots of questions, listening brilliantly and approaching the programme with maturity. Well done!
One group with Helen and Matthew form Hull IMPS.
Learning what to do when someone isn’t breathing.