Today our mini police went to their launch event at the emergency services training centre. We were one of 5schools there and we saw lots of resources that the police use to keep us safe.
Look out for lots of photographs of our mini police over the next year and once you’re in year 5 or 6 you could become a mini police officer too.
Your school councillors will be asking you about ways to help us save energy and save the world.
Here is our hall with all it’s lights on, and no-one is in there. Who is to blame for that? And what can we do to make sure that it doesn’t happen again?
Your school councillors will be asking you about what you would like to see as dojo prizes. There is no point you working hard to earn dojo points if you aren’t bothered about what you win. We want you to WANT to win them, and be a bit jealous of your classmates that do win. We WANT you to see the prizes and think, “That is going to be me next week.
We have been very lucky and our school has been selected to take part in the mini police programme. Some police officers came into school to tell us all about it.
Some of our year 5 and 6 children will be off to learn how to be police officers in their training centre very soon and will then be working in the community to help make the environment around school a better, safe4, happier place to be.