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Welcome to Aughton Town Green Primary School Only My Best Is Good Enough For Me

Year 1

Week beginning 2nd June 2020 

 

English

 

Focus book: Small Bird’s Big Adventure by Wesley van Eeden, Nick Mulgrew and Jennifer Jacobs

 

Please use the following link to access a read-a-loud version of the book:

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8gYTG3A7EH0

 

Over the past few weeks, the writing activities we have provided have been very structured. This week, we want to give the children some more freedom to explore with their writing and increase their writing stamina.   

 

Activity 1: Take a picture of your child enjoying the story of the week and upload this to Class Dojo.

 

Activity 2: In this week’s story, Small Bird did indeed go on an adventure to find the Giant. However, we think there are many more exciting adventures that Small Bird could go on and we have no doubt that the children in Year One will be able to think of many different ideas!

 

Can you plan out an idea for Small Bird’s next big adventure?

 

You may want to use the attached PDF to support your child in developing and recording their ideas. This does not need to be printed but you could follow a similar format on a plain or lined piece of paper.

To support them further, it may be useful to ask them the following questions in a discussion you will have together around their plans – Who will Small Bird meet on his next big adventure? Where will he go? What will he do? What problem could Small Bird come across? How will this be fixed? Will there be another problem? Could he meet anyone else or travel to any other place? Will Small Bird make it back to the Giant at the end of the story? Remind them that this is their story and absolutely anything can happen! Use the answers from the discussion to plan out the story they will go on to write. They could also include some drawings too.

 

Take a picture of your plan and upload it to ClassDojo.

 

Activity 3: Make sure you have your plan from Activity 2 to hand in order to complete this activity!   

 

Using your plan, can you write a story for Small Bird’s next big adventure?

 

Before allowing them to start their story, ask your child to talk you through their plan once more so that their idea is fresh in their mind. Once you have discussed this and your child is confident, allow them to write as much as they can for their story. As this is a bigger write, it may be that your child would complete this over a few sessions as opposed to completing in one go. However, if your child is happy to continue writing in one go, this is absolutely fine.

 

Take a picture of the finished story and upload it to ClassDojo.

 

Before your child completes any writing, ask them to recall some of the things they need to remember in all written work. These include capital letters, full stops, finger spaces, letters sat where they need to be on the line, re-reading their writing to check it makes sense. Please also encourage your child to check their writing back before they finish as they may realise that they need to make some changes!

 

Reading

 

As you will be aware, we had organised a book swap for the children in Year 1 last half term. With this, your child should have received 6 new books according to the stage they were working at in school.

 

We would like to provide the opportunity for a book swap again for this half term. Information has been sent to you regarding this. Please return all books to school on Monday 1st June between 9.00am and 3.30pm. New book packs will be issued on Thursday 4th June and Friday 5th June. Further details regarding the collection of new books will be sent out this week.  Please keep an eye on your emails over the following week!

 

We would love to hear how your child has been getting on with their reading! So, please feel free to post any additional photos or videos on ClassDojo of your child engaging with their books - if you wish to do so.

 

Phonics


This week we will be working with two spelling patterns/sounds – ‘wh’ which makes the ‘w’ sound and ‘ph’ which makes the ‘f’ sound. To introduce these sounds please follow the link below to watch the appropriate Alphablocks.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y810I6Qm9i4

 

Activity 1: Write down the words you saw on the video which had the ‘ph’ sound in them. Some of them are quite long so be careful! Can you think of any other words that contain this sound? (sphinx, Philip, phone, phonics, graph, phantom) In your blue book write a sentence for each word. You can use some of the ideas from the video to help you!

 

Take a photo of your sentences and upload it to ClassDojo.

 

Activity 2: Use the link below to access some games using the ‘ph’ sound. You can practise reading and spelling words with the ‘ph’ sound.

 

https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/subject/module/video/item97509/grade1/module63425/index.html?source=search-all-all-all-all&source-keywords=phonics%20ph

 

Take a photo of yourself playing the game and upload it to ClassDojo.

 

Activity 3: Discuss the words you saw on the video which had the ‘wh’ spelling pattern in them – whoosh, wheels, whale. Can you think of any others? Lots of our question words begin with this sound. Can you remember any? (which, when, where, why, what) Practise writing these words then use them to write some questions e.g. Where did I hide my yellow and green shorts? Remember to put a question mark at the end of each sentence.

 

Please note: ‘Who’ is a tricky word which begins with this letter pattern, but the letters make a ‘h’ sound instead of a ‘w’ sound. The children may want to use this word because it starts with the correct letter pattern but it does not use the same sound so it should not be used.

 

Take a photo of your questions and upload to ClassDojo.

 

Activity 4: Use the link below to access some games using the ‘wh’ sound. You can practise reading and writing words with the ‘wh’ sound.

 

https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/subject/module/video/item97468/grade1/module63425/index.html?source=search-all-all-all-all&source-keywords=phonics%20wh

 

Take a photo of yourself playing the game and upload it to ClassDojo.

 

Maths

 

In Year One the children are expected to recognise and name common 2-D shapes, including rectangles (including squares), circles and triangles. They are also expected to recognise and name common 3-D shapes, including cuboids (including cubes), pyramids, cylinders and spheres.

 

Activity 1: Use the link below and watch the video about 2D shapes in the world around us.

 

https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/subject/module/video/item883111/grade1/module883106/index.html?source=search-all-all-all-all&source-keywords=2D%20shape

 

Re-watch the video and pause to discuss the shapes you see. How many sides does each shape have? Do they have straight sides or curved sides?

 

Go on a shape hunt around your house and garden. Can you find a square, triangle, rectangle or circle? Can you find a hexagon?

 

Take some photos of the objects you find and upload it to ClassDojo, or you could draw pictures of the objects you find and send a photo of your work.

 

Activity 2: Use the link below to introduce 3D shapes.

 

https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/subject/module/video/item883113/grade1/module883106/index.html?source=search-all-all-all-all&source-keywords=3D%20shape

 

Re-watch the video and pause to discuss the shapes shown. Discuss the shape of the faces on each 3D shape and the number of faces it has. Which shapes have flat faces? Which shapes have curved faces? Discuss the number of edges and corners (vertices) each shape has.

 

Go on a shape hunt around your house and garden. Try to find some of the shapes you saw on the video. Use the attached shape hunt sheet to help you with your search (there is no need to print the worksheet, just use it as a guide). Draw a picture of the objects you find and label them with their name.

Take a photo of your work and upload it to ClassDojo.

 

Activity 3: Following the attached Nrich sheet, use wooden blocks (or boxes/containers from your recycle bin) from home to investigate the models.

Make a prediction first and then build the model to see if it is possible. Which shapes are the best to build with? Why?

 

Take a photo of a successful model and upload to ClassDojo.

 

Activity 4: Watch the video using the link below.

 

https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/subject/module/video/item883117/grade1/module883106/index.html?source=search-all-all-all-all&source-keywords=3D%20shape

 

Now play the game yourself. Take turns to think of a shape while the other person asks questions to guess which shape you are thinking of OR if you have blocks or objects you could place them in a bag. Take turns to hold a shape inside the bag and describe it to your partner so they can guess which shape you are holding.

 

Take a photo of yourself watching the game on the video and upload it to ClassDojo.

 

Extra game to play this week: https://www.topmarks.co.uk/ordering-and-sequencing/shape-patterns

 

This game invites the children to complete shape patterns. As the levels progress the pattern become more complex and challenging.

 

Science

 

This week we will continue with our ‘Animals’ topic. In Year One the children should be given opportunities to: identify and name a variety of common animals including fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals, describe and compare the structure of a variety of common animals (fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals, and including pets), find out and describe how animals look different to one another, recognise similarities in the structure of animals: head, body, way of moving, senses, body covering, tail.

 

This week we will concentrate on birds. Use the link below to watch a video about birds:

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8vL_2rF8JHU

 

The features of birds are that they:

- Have two legs

- Lays eggs

- Have feathers

- Have beaks

- Have lungs to breathe

 

Activity 1: Sit quietly at a window where you can see your garden. Can you see any birds? What do they look like? Do you know the names of any of these birds? Do they all look the same? What is different about them? What are they doing? Discuss what you can see.

 

Choose your favourite bird and draw a picture of it. You may choose a bird you have seen in your garden; one you have seen in a zoo or one you saw on the video. Think carefully about the features of the bird and the colours you need to use. When your picture is complete add labels to show the important features of your bird – wing, beak, feathers, two legs. Do you know what your bird likes to eat? Write some facts about your bird.

 

Take a photo of your work and upload it to ClassDojo.

 

Music

 

We have downloaded a unit of work on Charanga for you to access. The unit is called ‘Your Imagination’. When you click on the picture of the unicorn you are provided with an overview of the unit. Click on the launch button and please read the guidance carefully as it explains the best way for you to access the units on the right-hand side of the screen.

 

You will have accessed this unit throughout the last half term and this week we would love to provide the opportunity to share a video of your child performing what they have been working towards (if they are comfortable doing so)!

 

Please take a video of your child’s performance and upload to ClassDojo.

 

There will be no specific activity outlined for this as we recognise that some families may be at different stages within the unit, so just upload this as a new post when you feel it is appropriate.

 

You can also access the following website:

 

https://www.outoftheark.co.uk/ootam-at-home/

 

This website provides a new song every day which you and your child may enjoy learning. The songs can be found by simply scrolling down on the home page. Happy singing!

 

Geography

 

We will be covering a unit of Geography this half term which involves learning about the hot and cold places on Earth. The children will learn the names of the seven continents and five oceans of the world. They will then investigate those countries which are hot and those which are cold. They will learn about the animals and plants which live in hot and cold places and what life is like for humans there too. We will use a range of resources to widen their knowledge including atlases, maps, globes and Google Earth. Attached below is a world map for your reference.

Activity 1: Use a globe or an atlas to look at the world. Discuss with your child how the world is made up of pieces of land with water in between. Discuss how the world is divided into seven large areas of land which we call continents. Use the link below to watch a short video explaining the names of each continent.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K6DSMZ8b3LE

 

Pause the video to discuss the names and shapes of each continent. Does your child already know anything about any of these continents? What can they tell you? Pause the video at Europe and explain that this is the continent we live in. Show your child the Equator - we have discussed how this is an invisible line around the middle of the world and how the countries which lie on it are the hottest and those which are farthest away are the coldest. Discuss how Africa is the hottest continent and Antarctica is the coldest.

 

Once you have discussed this you may ask your child to complete the attached worksheet. There is no need to print this sheet. You may simply talk through the activity with your child asking them to label each continent.

Take a photo of your child completing this activity and upload it to Class Dojo.

 

Design Technology

 

To begin the work in DT, we thought it would be a great opportunity to link the activity for DT this week together with the exploration of birds in Science. Take a look at the attached image and talk to your child about what these could be and what they may be used for. Furthermore, ask your child about the materials that may have been used to make these e.g. string, recycled materials, bird seeds etc. Also discuss what the purpose of these designs are, who would make them and why?

Picture 1

Explain to your child that this week they will be making a bird feeder. Using a piece of paper, ask your child to design their own bird feeder and label the different materials they would need to create this. Also ask your child to think about the different tools they may need to use to put the bird feeder together. They may want to watch the video below for some further inspiration and ideas for the tools/resources they will need!

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CW7UYp9kLi0

 

Once their design is complete, work together to create the bird feeder following their design to put in your garden.

 

Take a photo of your finished design and bird feeder together and upload to ClassDojo.

 

PE

 

Thinking back to the time that the children worked on a dance routine to the Lion King song ‘I Just Can’t Wait to Be King’, it was amazing how much they engaged with and responded to Miss Murray from West Lancashire Sports Partnership and her teaching. Luckily for us, Miss Murray is uploading a series of videos working on another exciting dance routine which we are sure the children will love. This will be the focus in PE over the coming weeks.

 

Activity 1: Watch the video below and work on this week’s section of the street dance routine.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lfpLMfLS5bU

 

You can watch this video as many times as you wish to get in as much practise as possible!

 

Take a photo or video of your child following the video. This could be them simply following the video or independently demonstrating the part of the dance routine worked on this week! Upload to ClassDojo once complete.

 

We would still love to see any other forms of exercise your children are engaging with so feel free to upload anything else they are getting up to as well!

 

If you are searching for some indoor exercise to complete alongside the activity for this week, Cosmic Yoga on YouTube have some brilliant resources that the Year 1 children are already very familiar with! Please see the following link:

 

https://www.youtube.com/user/CosmicKidsYoga

 

Please note, we will continue to check the email account each day. If there is anything you need or if you have any questions, please don't hesitate to email: year1@towngreen.lancs.sch.uk

 

We hope you had a safe, happy and healthy half term and we are looking forward to seeing more of your wonderful work this week! laugh

Week beginning 18th May 2020 

 

English

 

Focus book: Charlie Cook’s Favourite Book by Julia Donaldson

 

If you do have a copy of the book available at home, please use this. Alternatively, please use the following link to access a read-a-loud version of the book:

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WV5zNUCca8M

 

The story for this week has been chosen to inspire children when writing about their own favourite book. Through the activities over the past few weeks, we have listened to various Julia Donaldson books and we have no doubt that you have also explored many other books at home too! With this, we thought it would be a good opportunity to reflect on the children’s own favourite book before we reach half term.  

 

Activity 1: Take a picture of your child enjoying the story of the week and upload this onto your Class Dojo.

 

Activity 2: In this week’s story, along with many of Julia Donaldson’s other books, rhyming words play a big part in helping the stories to flow so well.

 

Listen to the story once more and write down some of the rhyming words used. Can you then think of some more words that rhyme? See how many you can think of and try to use the correct spelling pattern!

 

This would be a good activity that could be developed into a game. How many rhyming words can your child write down in one minute? This could become a competition between everyone in the family! You could also take this further by using the rhyming words listed to create your own silly sentences.

 

Take a picture of your written work and upload it to ClassDojo.

 

Activity 3: In this week’s story, we find out so much about Charlie Cook’s Favourite Book. We would love to find out about your favourite book too!  

 

Can you tell us about your favourite book – what happens in your book and why is it your favourite?

 

This could be one of Julia Donaldson’s books, a reading book from school or a book of your own. Ask your child to talk to you about their favourite book to recap the plot as well as talking to them about why they have chosen their particular book. You may want to ask them questions to encourage this discussion. Once you have discussed this and your child is confident, allow them to write as much as they can about their favourite book. Remind them that Mrs Caldwell and Mrs Eastham may have never read the book they have chosen before, so they need to tell us as much as possible! Please encourage your child to write at least 6 sentences as a minimum.  

 

Take a picture of the finished written work and upload it onto your Class Dojo.

 

Before your child completes any writing, ask them to recall some of the things they need to remember in all written work. These include capital letters, full stops, finger spaces, letters sat where they need to be on the line, re-reading their writing to check it makes sense. Please also encourage your child to check their writing back before they finish as they may realise that they need to make some changes!

 

Reading

 

As you will be aware, we have organised a book swap for the children in Year 1. With this, your child should have received 6 new books according to the stage they were working at in school. Please use these books in the way you usually would, allowing them to access 2 new books each week to enjoy. Please see the letter that has been sent to your email for more information.

 

We would love to hear how they have been getting on with their reading! So, please feel free to post any additional photos or videos on ClassDojo of the children engaging with their new books - if you wish to do so.

 

Phonics


This week we will be consolidating the sounds and tricky words the children have learnt so far in Phase 3 and Phase 5.

 

Activity 1: Use the link below to access the worksheet (there is no need to print this sheet, you can work from the screen). Choose the first or second picture and say the word for each object on the picture using the letter pattern indicated. Write these words in your blue book. You can complete both sheets if you want to. Can you think of another word for each sound e.g. There was a ‘boy’ in the picture so you could writetoy’, there was an ‘elephant’ in the picture so you could write ‘dolphin’. Write the words next to the words you found in the picture.

Take a photo of your pairs of words and upload it to ClassDojo.

 

Activity 2: Using some of the words you wrote in Activity 1 write five sentences. Try to include some joining words in your sentences – and/but/or/because. Try to include some tricky words. Your sentences can be sensible or very silly!

 

Take a photo of your sentences and upload it to ClassDojo.

 

Activity 3: Using the link below access an ‘I Spy’ picture. Read the words and spot the correct picture. Can you spell words for the picture you haven’t used? Write them in your blue book.

Take a photo of your written work and upload it to ClassDojo.

 

Activity 4: Lots of parents commented that the children had particularly enjoyed the activities on Espresso last week. Follow the link below to find an Espresso unit of work related to tricky words. You can watch a video and play a variety of games. You can practise writing some of the tricky words in your blue book.

 

https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/subject/module/video/item97401/gradef/module63425/index.html

 

Take a photo of yourself playing the games and upload it to ClassDojo.

 

Extra games this week can be found by following the links below:

 

https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/t-l-527071-ai-ee-igh-oa-oo-ar-or-sorting-sounds-powerpoint-game

 

https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/t-l-527085-ur-ow-oi-ear-air-ure-er-sorting-sounds-powerpoint-game

 

Maths

 

This week we will be working on number facts including doubling and counting in steps of twos, fives and tens.

 

Activity 1: Practise doubling. In Year One the children are expected to recall and use doubles of all numbers to 10. Watch the video following the link below to introduce doubling.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8jOzhiACB68

 

Using your fingers practise doubling numbers to 5. Use objects to practise doubling 6-10. Say each doubling sentence e.g. 1 and 1 is 2 OR double 1 is 2.

Then play a pairs game. Ask your grown up to say a number less than 10. You reply with the double.

OR Play ‘Hit the Button’. Click on ‘Doubles’ and then ‘Doubles to 10’

OR Ask your child to write out the doubling facts e.g. 1 + 1 = 2, 2 + 2 = 4,

 

Take a photo of yourself practising your doubling facts and upload it to ClassDojo.

 

Activity 2: In Year One, children are expected to be able to count in multiples of twos, fives and tens.

 

Ask your child to count out loud in twos, fives and then tens. How far can they count? We would expect them to count to 20 in twos, 50 in fives and 100 in tens. Use the following link and choose the number range appropriate for your child to work within (starting with 1). Ask your child to choose a colour and then fill in the number pattern to count in twos. Then reset, choose a different colour and then colour the fives pattern. Repeat for the tens pattern.

 

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/learning-to-count/paint-the-squares

 

If your child completes this activity easily, they could colour the pattern for counting in threes.

 

(If you prefer and you have a printer you can print out the 100 square below and your child can colour in the twos, fives and tens number pattern)

Take a photo of yourself playing the game online or your completed paper copy and upload it to ClassDojo.

 

Activity 3: Play a missing number game.  Start saying the number pattern 2…4…6…8…10… Pause and ask your child to say the next number. Repeat with different number patterns pausing at different points and allowing your child to say the next number.

Write some number patterns in your child’s blue book. Can your child fill in the gaps?

E.g. 2, 4, 6, 8, _

5, 10, 15, 20, 25, _

10, 20, 30, _, 50, 60, 70, _, 90, 100

Can your child write a pattern leaving some gaps for their grown up to fill in?

 

Take a photo of your number patterns and upload it to ClassDojo.

 

Science

 

Activity 1: We have learnt about mammals and reptiles in our topic so far.

 

This week we would like you to think of an animal you have learnt about in the last few weeks. Don’t tell your grown-up which animal you have chosen! It should be a mammal or a reptile. Give your grown up some clues so they can guess the animal you are thinking of. Try to use some of the facts we have learnt over the last few weeks. You may say:

 

It lays eggs. It’s cold blooded. It slithers on the ground. 

Your grown up would then guess……It’s a snake!

Now ask your adult to think of an animal and give you some clues. Who can guess the most correctly?

 

You could also play the YES/NO game. Think of an animal and get your grown up to ask you some questions to find out which animal you are thinking of. You can only answer YES or NO. Then swap and ask your grown up to think of an animal and you ask the questions.

 

Take a photo of you playing the game or some written examples of the clues you gave and upload to ClassDojo.

 

Music

 

We have downloaded a unit of work on Charanga for you to access. The unit is called ‘Your Imagination’. When you click on the picture of the unicorn you are provided with an overview of the unit. Click on the launch button and please read the guidance carefully as it explains the best way for you to access the units on the right-hand side of the screen. You may access this unit to complete one music session each week throughout the coming half term.

 

At the end of the guidance it states that your child will be working towards making up and performing their own actions to the track used. You will be given the opportunity to share a video of your child performing this (if they are comfortable doing so) later in the half term through our ClassDojo app - you won’t need to upload anything to your ClassDojo for this week.

 

You can also access the following website:

 

https://www.outoftheark.co.uk/ootam-at-home/

 

This website provides a new song every day which you and your child may enjoy learning. The songs can be found by simply scrolling down on the home page. Happy singing!

 

History

 

For History this term, we thought it would be very relevant for the children to develop an awareness of recent technology and the impact it has had on our lives. We want them to understand how a lot of the technology they will be interacting with at home will not have been around for as long as they may think. By the end of the unit, we also want them to have an awareness of how different the life of a child may have been during this time without the technology we have available today.

 

Moving on from last week, we would like the children to find out about the person linked to the images from last week – Sir Tim Berners-Lee. By completing this activity, we hope that lots of the questions from last week will be answered!

 

Activity 1: Start by talking about the pictures from last week again and reveal to your child why they were important. The first image was of the computer that was used to create the world wide web/the internet. The second image and piece of text is from Tim Berners-Lee, a very significant person who created the world wide web and created something that allowed everyone to access the same information online. The last image was what the internet looked like in the early days. As Tim Berners-Lee is such a significant person and provided the building blocks for the things we have all likely accessed whilst at home during this time e.g. information online, online games, video calling etc. we thought it would be good for the children to learn a little bit more about him! Watch the video below:

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2BCqNv5TTmg&feature=youtu.be

 

Can you write down three things you have found out about Tim Berners-Lee? Also, can you write down one reason as to why he is a significant/important person?

 

Take a picture of your written work or video your response and upload to ClassDojo.

 

Art

 

Over the past few weeks we have seen lots of the children developing their drawing skills which has been wonderful to see. We know that lots of you have been accessing the ‘Art Hub’ tutorial videos on YouTube to help develop these skills and it seems that those who have used this have really enjoy it! With this, we wanted to provide this opportunity to the rest of Year One.  

 

Activity 1: This week, we would love the children to choose one of the tutorials to watch so they can draw their chosen animal. Please see the link below for the choices – there are over 100 to choose from, so we are sure you will be able to find one you would like to try! Happy drawing!

 

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLnoO3k54vcBTWDArEYxKGDBZXkVv7GM1F

 

Take a picture of the finished work and upload it onto ClassDojo.

 

PE

 

Activity 1: This week, we would like the children to focus on developing their kicking skills. With this, the children will need to follow some simple steps to do this correctly. Watch the following video below for a clear tutorial of what your child will need to do:

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RbZ0AH5QXdI

 

We wonder how many times you will be able to kick the ball towards a target this week! Remember to use the modelled technique as in the video above. Once confident, you could create a game that involves you using this particular skill!

 

Take a photo of your child developing this skill and upload to ClassDojo.

 

We would still love to see any other forms of exercise your children are engaging with so feel free to upload anything else they are getting up to as well!

 

If you are searching for some indoor exercise to complete alongside the activity for this week, Cosmic Yoga on YouTube have some brilliant resources that the Year 1 children are already very familiar with! Please see the following link:

 

https://www.youtube.com/user/CosmicKidsYoga

 

Please note, we will continue to check the email account each day. If there is anything you need or if you have any questions, please don't hesitate to email: year1@towngreen.lancs.sch.uk

 

Thank you so much for all of your hard work over the past few weeks, we can't wait to see what you get up to this week! laugh

Online Safeguarding for parents

 

We want everyone to keep safe during this time. Please can you continue to be mindful of your child’s use of the internet, especially of any social media apps and support them safely in keeping in touch digitally with their friends. Please encourage them to think about online safety rules as they learn and lots of these links can be found on our school website.

 

Links to Online Safeguarding Site:

 

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