INSET days for 2018/19 academic year:
Monday 3rd September
Tuesday 4th September
Friday 19th October
Friday 5th April
Monday 3rd June
If you don’t want to take time out of your fun filled half term by going to the shops to buy your school uniform, why not visit our website www.skoolkit.co.uk and use our free delivery code to have it posted directly to your door.
valid from 29th May – 31st May – MAY2019
Please click on the link to complete a survey about school funding cuts:
Friends of Daisy Dip Events:
Friends of Daisy Dip are hosting an event with Saints Foundation at Daisy Dip over the Easter break.
They will be there on Thursday 18th April from 13:00 until 16:00, and are providing free food and hosting extra team games as well as the "Kicks" session that Saints Foundation usually runs.
More info can be found at saintsfoundation.co.uk/SAINTS-KICKS
On Saturday 27th April from 10:00 until 12:00, we will be hosting a litter pick at Daisy Dip. We are offering free refreshments for those who turn up to help. This is the fourth litter pick we are hosting, and the previous three have been hugely successful.
The children in Years 4 and 5 have recently taken part in some educational workshops run by the charity MyBnk. Their aim is to help children understand about managing money to assist them as they get older.
The children should have brought home a MyBnk Family pack with lots of information inside.
Please can you follow the link to complete a survey about the paper version of the Family Pack:
Here is a link to a digital booklet that you can trial you wish:
Does your child play Fortnite: Battle Royale computer game ?
Ask your child are they playing the Fortnite game on their computer, games console, or mobile.
If so, are they talking or texting to other people?
You are able to turn off the voice feature but you are not able to disable the text chat feature. How do you or they know who they are chatting to?
Laura Randall, NSPCC’s associate head of child safety online, said “Apps, sites, and games such as Fortnite: Battle Royale can be great opportunities for young people to play and engage online.
“However in light of emerging concerns about the risks children could be exposed to, we are urging parents to be aware of Fortnite’s features. It’s vital parents have regular conversations with their children about the games they are playing, and how to stay safe online.
Anyone looking for further online safety advice can contact the O2 NSPCC online safety helpline on 0808 800 5002 or use this link https://www.nspcc.org.uk/preventing-abuse/keeping-children-safe/online-safety/ .
Thank you to everyone who has sent in their sponsor money for the fun run.
We have raised an amazing £836.76- Thank you!
Southampton University will be published some photos taken at school during Chinese lessons and from our Chinese experience day later this term. (Years 2 to 6 only)
Please inform the school if you do NOT wish your child's photos to be used by the University.