The Road Safety Quiz will be here next week. Read through the leaflets given out last week and discuss road safety at home. Check out the Road Safety resources on the Safety page.
Common Sense Media is a brilliant website offering details on how to keep your children safe whilst using the internet. They rate films and TV series for their appropriateness and give recommended ages for various apps and games.
Two recent articles published on the site are hyper-linked below:
One Easy Thing You Can Do To Improve Your Relationship With Your Child
Ten Ways To Help Your Child Get A Good Night's Sleep
Separately, Vodafone have published the new issue of their Digital Parenting magazine. See the back catalogue here or go to the Parents' e-Safety blog.
More e-Safety resources can be accessed here.
Over the last few weeks, some children in school have set themselves challenges. These have included card tricks, feats of memory and juggling. As a result, we have decided to set up the Scotholme Book Of Records (similar to the Guinness Book Of Records). To be published over the half term holiday (February 13th - 21st), the first edition should open the doors to more amazing attempts to astound from our children. If you're feeling like breaking some records, get practising and think about our 5 Learning Habits and how you can show them in your record attempt (Collaboration, Curiosity, Discipline, Imagination and Resilience)!
The ISS (International Space Station) orbits over Britain each day. You can spot it at various times - here is a CBeebies Guide to spotting it. For a more detailed location, you can go to this website to see where and when you can see the station over Nottingham. The ISS currently has its first British astronaut aboard, Major Tim Peake.
Some children in Year 6 have been learning about the fascinating number known as pi. You can see more about it here. One member of Year 6 is currently trying to memorise as many digits of pi as possible! Impressive stuff. The current World Record, according to Guinness World Records is 70,000! Watch out for more news on pi on the 14th March (pi day).
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