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Primary schools newsletter

Monday 22 June

Hi everyone, we hope you are all well and enjoying the summer term, whether that be back in school or continuing with your home learning. 
We hope you have enjoyed receiving these newsletters and that you have a happy and safe summer.

Norfolk Constabulary Safer Schools Team

A message to you ………

Tory from our Youth Engagement Team has a new message for you all.......

https://youtu.be/SRR2m0p3_zw

Videos from the Youth Engagement Team

For this edition our Youth Engagement Team have produced advice and information videos on the topics of online gaming and breaking the law.

We encourage you to view these videos and then share them with your children.

Online gaming: https://youtu.be/l728l9aTFK0

Breaking the law: https://youtu.be/8KyS_E_QX6A

Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service have this message for you all:

We’ve temporarily closed our 2020 Norfolk Crucial Crew events but we won’t let a pandemic stop us from keeping everyone safe at home! Crucial Crew has worked with thousands of year six students each year but for those of you who might miss out on that this year, welcome to virtual Crucial Crew!

Use this link to reach Virtual Crucial Crew.

Cycling rides and helmet checks

We know lots of families love to get on their bikes and go on cycle rides together. We have highlighted the below websites for great information on cycle and helmet checks and helmet safety.

https://bikeability.org.uk/bikeability-training/get-ready/

https://www.cycle-smart.org/

Need a hand?

Children’s Services have launched a new phone line and text message service for children and young people to use.  

We hope you are feeling happy and safe at home. If you're feeling unsafe or scared, then don't keep it to yourself. We're here to help.

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Want some fun activities to keep your children busy? Watch how to take your fingerprints at home by clicking here.

You can also have a go at the activity sheet.

As the rules of Lockdown change, young people are more likely to be out and about in the community. There are some great government Road Safety resources for all age groups.

These can be found by clicking here.

Keep in touch

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

You can also follow our cadets' Instagram account: @NorfolkCadets  

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