Monthly Archives: February 2018

Keeping Our Children Safe – A Police Scotland initiative

 

Keeping Our Children Safe

 Police Scotland and other local professionals will be hosting a further live Facebook event on the North East Police Division page on Wednesday 21 March 2018 between 7 and 9 pm.

The topic on this occasion will be Social Media:

 

Thinking about buying a young person a mobile phone or computer but concerned how to keep them safe online?

 

Don’t feel up-to-speed on the latest social media trends and want to find out more?

 

Worried that a young person is at harm from a person online but don’t know where to start intervening to help?

 

We will be holding a LIVE Facebook chat on Wednesday March 21, 2018 from 7-9pm where officers and advisers who specialise in child protection will be on hand to answer any questions you might have on keeping young people safe while using the Internet.

 

We will also be posting advice and tips on the night to help young people be aware, stay alert and keep safe.

 

If you have a sensitive question to ask we will also have a private message function switched on during the evening so you can speak to us in confidence. No topic is off limits.

 

 

Join us on North East Police Division page on 21 March.

P6’s Perfect Punctuation

Today P6 were learning how to use commas correctly, and how to edit a piece of work to include full stops and capital letters. We had to use jelly beans as our commas and skittles as our full stops! It was so much fun! After we had done this, we then had to copy a paragraph into our jotters applying what we had learnt. It really helped us understand where the commas and full stops should be, and look forward to applying this to our writing.

P6 Gymnastics

P6 have been doing gymnastics in PE over the past 6 weeks. We have been learning different postures and balances, and put together a flow of movements in groups. They’d had to contain standing balances, rolls, sitting balances, traveling and of course the perfect start and end position! We then showed these to other groups and we peer assessed against a shared criteria. This week, to tie everything together we had a go on the equipment. We really enjoyed showing all the skills we had learnt, but also managed our own risk which is very important. Have a look at our fab pictures below!