Lee High road safety

Following an incident this morning when a group of parents with buggies were almost hit by a car who did not stop at the lights, please remember to take care crossing even when it is a green man. This is the time of year when we talk in assembly about road safety (before the summer […]

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Choking warning

Following two incidents involving choking on ‘gobstoppers’ purchased from the dispensers outside the Pistachios cafe in Manor House Gardens, we urge parents to be aware of this potential danger.

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The Riot Act

This afternoon Year 5 and 6 took part in a workshop on road safety. The show was very engaging and had a very important message about staying safe on the roads of London!

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Fortnite online game

Does your child play Fortnite (or indeed any game that has online chat)?¬† If so, please take the time to read this article taken from the BBC website … Voice and text chat systems in the popular Fortnite game are leaving children open to being contacted by strangers,¬†warns the NSPCC. The warning comes after research […]

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Three main rules …

Three main rules to keep in mind when talking to your child about staying safe online 1) Listening is as important as talking. Many adults believe that communication involves telling the child something, or seeking information. However, it should be a two-way street. If you let your child know that you really want to hear […]

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Lewisham Junior Citizen – Year 6

Last week, Year 6 spent the afternoon at Lewisham Fire Station participating in the Lewisham Junior Citizen scheme. This involved taking part in several different workshops on the themes of Fire Safety, Road Safety, Personal Safety, Drug and Alcohol Awareness, First Aid, Internet Safety and Wellbeing. It was a really thought-provoking and informative afternoon and […]

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