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Jack Rose's musical performance to Years 5 & 6

Today pupils in Years 5 & 6 heard the musical talents of 15 year old Jack Rose and co-singer Zee with a captivating performance of popular tracks “Impossible” by James Arthur and “Supermarket flowers” by Ed Sheeran. Between the performances Jack and Zee spoke of their personal experiences of cyberbullying, discrimination and having their on line identity hacked.

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The session then led on to the topic this week in school of British Values. Jack and Zee were amazed at our pupils knowledge and understanding saying “This is the first school we have been to where pupils knew all 4 British values and what they meant”. Pupils are keen to have them back and we are planning to book them once again next year.

Race for Life on the 9th June 2017

race4llifeOn Friday the 9th June St. Stephen's Junior will be hosting a non-uniform day (something pink, blue or sporty) in support of Cancer Research UK's Race for Life event. Sponsorship forms are available from reception.

On the day we will participate in an afternoon of continuous running or walking around a marked track, with drink and fruit stations available to pupils taking part in this special event. Our target is to beat last year’s amazing total of £1070 raised in aid of this great cause.

Arts Week - May 2017

Throughout the course of this week children at St. Stephen's have been busy with a wide range of activities in celebration of art.

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Activities have included workshops in pop art, photography, pottery, Aboriginal art, sketching and much more. The children were challenged to use their creativity and came up with some pretty amazing works of art. Well done everyone!

NSPCC launch new tools to help parents ensure children are ‘#shareaware’

esafety1"The NSPCC have updated their #ShareAware campaign with new resources to enable parents and carers to 'untangle' the online world and to help them to teach the children to be 'Share Aware'.

The campaign focuses on the need to talk to children about  online safety, much like we do "real" world safety such as crossing the road, bullying and speaking to strangers" - Kent e-Safety (Safe Online)

NSPCC has updated their excellent Net Aware tool, which is useful in helping parents and carers find out more about the social networks, apps and games that children may be using.

Digital Leader candidates off to a flying start!

DigitalLeadersMay2017bAfter a small recruitment drive amongst our Year 5 pupils, the Childnet Digital Leaders programme finally began on the 19th April here at St. Stephen's Junior and we have now completed two sessions.

Children have learned what it means to be a Digital Leader and have almost completed their online module on Cyberbullying.

Head Teacher: Mr. Stuart Pywell Address: Hales Drive, Canterbury, Kent, CT2 7AD Tel: 01227 464119 Email: admin@ststephensjuniorschool.co.uk
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