What do our pupils have to say about Oliver Goldsmith Primary School....
When asked about their views on safety at school here is what a group of children from reception to year six told some governors...
Q: How safe do you feel at school, with 1 being not safe and 10 being very safe?
A: "10, 9, 10, 10 , 10, 10, 10, 10, 10"
Q: How safe do you feel in our classroom, with 1 being not safe and 10 being very safe?
A: "10, 10, 10, 10, 10, 10, 10, 10 , 10, 10"
Q: How safe do you feel in the playground, with 1 being not safe and 10 being very safe?
A: "9, 9, 10, 9, 8, 9, 10, 8, 9"
Q: Why didn't you choose 10 for the playground?
A: "You can get hurt outside, sometimes people fall over or have accidents, sometimes you might get hit by someone playing with some equipment".
Q: How do you learn at school about staying safe?
- A: "In assemblies, we know that if we are sad or see someone sad we should tell an adult or talk to a peer mentor."
- A: "If you are hurt, tell a teacher or adult, Mrs Dean or Mr Simmons, they will help you".
- A: "If you fall down, people help you to get you and take you to welfare."
- A: "Our ICT teacher tells us how to be safe on computers by not sharing our names or details."
- A: "We should stay away from dangerous stuff like fires."
Q: Who can you talk to in the school if you have a problem?
- A: "Any member of staff or Mr Simmons."
- A: "Teachers, adults or other member of staff."
- A: "Lunchtime teachers will help you if you have a problem."
Q: Is bullying a problem in the school?
- A: "No, its not a problem, we don't have bullies here. We do have anti-bullying week which tells everyone not to bully."
- A: "We know to tell a teacher t make it better if we do have a problem."
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