NSPCC 'Speak Out, Stay Safe'
During the week beginning 17th October 2022, Years 1 -6 will be delivering the NSPCC's 'Speak Out, Stay Safe' programme to help children understand the different forms of abuse in a child friendly way. They will be taught to speak out if they are worried either to a trusted adult or childline. Click on the links below for further information :
Homework for Years R to 5 for 5th May 2022
As Hodgehill Primary School is closed to all pupils below Year 6 on the 5th May (due to the school being used as a Polling Station), we are asking parents and pupils to engage in some 'safer internet' activities. Please click on the relevant link below to see a range of suitable activities that will support you to stay safe when online.
Antibullying week begins on Monday 15th November and is an important week at Hodge Hill Primary School. This year we are taking part in Odd Socks Day on Monday 15th to start the week and celebrate how we are all unique. Children are to come to school wearing odd socks on this day! We also have our KiVa antibullying lessons to learn about the impact of bullying and to prevent bullying at our school. This is all part of our continued learning about British Values and focusses on mutual respect, tolerance and individual liberty.
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