Following on from our text message we sent this week referring to a viral game, we encourage you once again to talk with your child about internet safety. We cannot emphasise enough the importance of vigilance and parental supervision in monitoring your child’s online activity. For your information, please see the link to Webwise – a website rich in information and resources relating to internet safety.
Ms. Cooney is so proud of her students who have been working really hard during our Operation Transformation programme. Her class recently choreographed and performed a high-energy aerobics routine during assembly to “High Hopes” by Panic! At The Disco. The class have also been completing weekly fifteen minute runs – not even the snow could deter them from their exercise at the end of January!
Ms. Cooney’s students are working brilliantly in their maths classes. Recently they have been using their iPads to access Mathletics and to practise their multiplication and division tables on a game called Hit the Button (https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button). As well as that, they have been working in groups to solve maths puzzles and complete maths trails. It’s important the boys and girls continue to practise their tables each night for homework.
The students and staff of Holy Spirit Senior Primary School marked Safer Internet Day on Tuesday 5th February. Two students from Ms. Duggan’s class described the importance of working together as a team to create a better internet during assembly. Each class had an internet safety lesson and were given wristbands to remind them to use the internet carefully. As well as that, the children were given Holy Spirit’s updated…
Once again the staff of Holy Spirit Senior Primary School is thrilled to announce our Child of Achievement winners for January. The winners have many wonderful attributes – they are diligent, respectful, kind and love to have fun too! Congratulations to all our worthy winners!