Junior Safety Officers

Isla and Aaron are leading us all in staying safe this year

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Cheshire walking to school clip.mp4

Walking, cycling or scooting to school is useful and kind to yourself, other people and the environment.

16th December 2020

fact file on ICE

Aaron - Junior Safety Officer

What is it ?

ICE (in case of emergency) telephone number. It is saved as a contact in a person's mobile phone in case they need help.

Why is it important?

Many people do not carry details of who to contact in an emergency. This could make it difficult for the police or other emergency services to help the person and it will take longer if the services ask the person's family or friends to find out what's happened.

How does it work?

You can use your mobile phone to store details of someone to contact if you or the emergency services ever need to. All police, fire and ambulance people know what ice means and will look for it on your phone.

What to remember

  1. Make sure the person whose number you are giving has agreed to be your ice partner. They should be somebody you know who is highly responsible.

  2. Make sure your partner has a list of people they can contact on your behalf parents/carers.

  3. Make sure your ice partner number is easy to contact.

  4. Make sure your ice partner knows about any medical conditions that could affect your emergency treatment.

  5. Make sure that if you are under the age of 18 that your ice partner can make decisions for you - where possible, your ice partner is highly recommended to be your parents and carers.

  6. If your ice partner is deaf enter ice text before their number. This tells the services that they need to text them rather than ring them.

Thank you for taking your time to learn about ice and will see you next month for more E-safety info.

Aaron

04 Safety Bulletin Dec.pdf

13th November 2020

ANTI-BULLYING WEEK

JSO Isla on standing up against bullying

Anti bullying week is next week (Monday 16 November to Friday the 20 November).

Odd Socks Day is Monday 16th November - celebrate individuality and being unique!

Bullying can happen anywhere and can be about anything. It is NOT OK.

Try some of these tips if you feel you are being bullied :

  • Tell an adult you trust

  • Write down what is happening

  • Write down when it is happening

  • If it is happening online take screenshots for evidence

  • Don't say mean things back - be the better person

  • Practice being assertive

  • Try to leave the situation

  • Ask for help from someone close by

  • Think about your own actions

  • Think about the words you say to others

  • Could someone think you are bullying them?

  • Call Childline free for help 08001111 or email https://www.childline.org.uk

Ideas to help:

Have friends who make you feel good about yourself.

Real friends dont make you feel sad or bully you.

Try a new hobby you might make new friends.

6th November 2020

green cross code

JSO Aaron on crossing the road safely in dark days and nights

For this month we are focussing on crossing the road. I am sure you are all familiar with the Green Cross Code but if you aren't I will tell you. The Green Cross Code is - find a safe place to cross, Stop, Listen, Look Left, Look Right and if safe cross the road. There are different types of crossing such as: zebra crossings, traffic islands, subways and footbridges; have you seen any of these in our local area?

There are also pelican crossings, always wait for the Green Man and the red light first. Sometimes the careless adult drivers and emergency services cross on a red light so always keep you eyes and ears peeled.

03 Safety Bulletin Nov.pdf
02 Safety Bulletin Oct.pdf
01 Safety Bulletin Sep.pdf