Hitchin Music Festival
It was lovely to be part of the Hitchin Music Festival again this year. The choir sang songs which gave across a powerful message about helping the environment - a very important topic! The songs helped reinforce the learning our children gained from our recent MadScience assembly.
Our choir (made up of children from Year 1 - Year 4) also sang High Hopes by Frank Sinatra. This is more proof that we may be small but we sing big - having High Hopes does work!
Educating Everyone in E-Safety
On Thursday 20th June,our classes (3 and 4) had a fun, interactive workshop teaching us about e-safety. We learnt not to give out our personal information online as we don’t know who we are really talking to. We were also shown a game called Interland, which helps teach children not to share their information (you can play this at home). As part of the workshop, we were given plastic hands, which we used to answer questions from a quiz—the green hand meant yes and the red hand meant no. We all really liked Colin The Cat, who was used to demonstrate how quickly things can be spread around the internet.
This was a fantastic way to learn about e-safety, we really enjoyed it!
By Lewis D, Rahill and Amelia.