Primary schools newsletter

Primary edition - autumn term 2020

Hi everyone, this is the first newsletter for the academic year 2020 – 2021. We hope you’ve all managed to make the most of your summer holidays. It’s good to be back! 

If you have any comments or questions about the newsletter, please email

Norfolk Constabulary Safer Schools Team

YouTube video resources

During lockdown, the Youth Engagement Team made a number of YouTube videos with various themes, from ‘stop and search’ to ‘internet safety’ and everything in between! You can find the video resources via YouTube and use them as you see fit with your students.

We have included a link (below) to an activity pack put together by PGCE students at the UEA. These could be used with pupils in school, or they can be passed on to parents of children who may be unable to attend school if they are self-isolating.

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You may be aware that Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service closed their Crucial Crew events for 2020 but there are a range of online Crucial Crew resources should you wish to use these in your school.

Just One Norfolk have created some useful resources for families with children returning to school. Please share this website with parents of children in your school.

Norfolk County Council also have their Back to school page which contains information for parents. This can be shared with parents of children in your school.

Online safety

Your students will have undoubtedly spent a lot more time on the internet during lockdown. The “Think U Know” website has a lot of valuable resources available to professionals for delivery in schools. Not only that but there is also a reporting tool should you have concerns about a child’s safety online.

Access the reporting tool via the ThinkUKnow website

Keep in touch

Stay up to date with Norfolk Safer Schools by following us on Twitter: @SaferSchoolsNfk  

You can also follow the National Police Instagram for young people:

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