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Weekly class attendance-
Class 1 - 94%
Class 2 - 99%
Class 3 - 99%
Class 4 - 98%
Whole school - 98%
This week's sporting news:
This week, all the districts of North East Derbyshire came together to compete in the Year 5 and 6 quadkids athletics event. Bolsover district shortlisted ten names of the highest scoring individuals in the area, with Isabelle of Class 4 making the team, getting the proud opportunity to represent her district. Isabelle performed excellently at the event, placing her in 9th position of all girls in North East Derbyshire, at her age group. A fantastic achievement, well done Isabelle!
Scarcliffe's Food and Cultural Week
During Food and Cultural Week, all classes took part in a range of activities including food tasting, cooking, growing in the school garden, researching different countries and their cultures. We shared our learning with the rest of the school in assembly at the end of the week and invited parents and carers to our Food and Cultural event where each class raised money for Red Nose Day.
Scarcliffe's big write
This term, the children in school took part in a big write: our school was in havoc after a mystery creature escaped in Class 2! This inspired lots of fantastic writing from all of our children.
Zoolab visits Scarcliffe
During science week, Scarcliffe was visited by Zoolab where we got to meet all sorts of wonderfuly interesting creatures.
The most important job we have in school is to keep our pupils safe. All staff receive regular safeguarding training and we systems to ensure that any risks or concerns are reported and dealt with quickly.
In school we have two designated safeguarding leads. They are Mr Marsh and Mrs Smith. Our lead safeguarding governor is Mrs Smyth. If you ever have any safeguarding concerns you can always speak to any member of staff.
One of the biggest challenges we face nowadays is keeping children safe online. We work hard to make sure children have the skills and knowledge needed.
Below are a number of links that you can use to help keep your children safe when they are on the Internet.
If you are concerned about your online safety it might need to be reported to the police. You can do this by reporting concerns to CEOP. Click on the image below for more information and to make a report.
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