Children and parents from Blue Gates Fields Junior School were invited to attend a free family fun event by the Museum of London. The event explored identity, and children and parents were able to make dolls that represented them or someone important in their lives. As well as that, there was live music performed by Yousuf Ali Khan and an opportunity for everyone to try out instruments.
Earlier this month, the School Council organised an Online Safety competition as part of Blue Gate Fields junior School's Safer Internet Day. The competition was to design a poster to remind children how to keep safe online. It proved to be very popular and there were almost fifty entries from across the school. The School Council chose a winner for each year group. They had a strict set of criteria from which to judge the winning entries such as: the poster should not include too many words or pictures but should provide a clear online safety message to the reader.
The winners will have their posters enlarged and displayed around the school and will also have an exclusive lunchtime computing games session with a friend of their choice!
Year 3 Winner - Faiza, Class 2
Year 4 Winner - Adyan M, Class 4
Year 5 Winner - Mohammad, Class 9
year 6 Winner - Ameerah, Class 12
On Tuesday 11th February 2020, Blue Gate Fields Junior School marked Safer Internet day by holding a meeting for parents to discuss keeping their children safe when they are online. Click here to go to our Online Safety page for parents. Online Safety
We also held a number of special assemblies and classes to remind the children about keeping themselves safe online.
In addition, the School Council have organised an Online Safety competition to encourage the children to review their understanding of keeping safe online.