Children's Online Safety Policy
In an increasingly connected digital world, it is important for our pupils to know how to keep themselves safe online. Homelands have adopted a new, updated ‘Children’s Online Safety Policy’ written with the children of School Parliament. Their aim was to write a new, more accessible Children’s Online Safety Policy so that any of our pupils, no matter their age, can refer to it for advice should they feel they need it.
School Parliament met on Friday for their first Breakfast meeting of the year. Bradley came prepared to start work straight away with a whole list of ideas and we can't wait to start next terms meetings. It was lovely to see all ages chatting away and sharing ideas.
On Monday 17th October we held our all important Election for the new School Parliament 22/23. The children all filed into the hall which was our Polling Station for the morning and once signed in they were handed their voting slip to vote in a private booth. The School was full of excitement and after a very successful election we are pleased to announce our new Members of Parliament.
A very special thank you to all who ran for election for the time and effort put into your speeches. Hugely grateful to all.
Year 6 Bradley
Year 5 Isobel
Year 4 Reeanne
Year 3 Isabelle
Year 2 Athena and Mia-Rose
Year 1 Oliver and Luna
I look forward to updating you soon with exciting news of upcoming events.