We had a visit from Community Champion Maureen Stevenson today. All the class had written lettters as part of the Fairtrade topic and Ayla had written to ask them about their Fairtrade products. Maureen brought in a whole range of food and products to taste 😋. We all enjoyed it very much 😆
The video from Loch Insh has arrived. I hope you enjoy it.
If you don’t recognise all the bairns, it’s because some of them are from Brae school and some from a school in Glasgow, who were at Loch Insh at the same time as we were.
Heather White came to visit us today to explain what the NSPCC does and why it is so important.
Their motto is ‘speak out and stay safe’
Ms White told us about three important children’s rights:
- to speak to be heard
- to be safe
- to get help when you need it
She showed us the bag of worries and explained how it can get filled and how we can find ways to empty it.
Ms White explained that there are 5 different forms of abuse:
- physical abuse
- emotional abuse
- sexual abuse
and why abuse is not okay, or a child’s fault.
We shared ideas about who are trusted adults who could help us.
After she spoke to the P4-6s at assembly, all the P6s had a further workshop to discuss and think about lots of safety issues.