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Staying Safe

Bike Safety

Children will have the opportunity to take part in the Bikeablity programme. Bikeablity is today’s cycle training programme. It’s like cycling proficiency, but better! The programme teaches children how to gain practical skills and understand how to cycle on today’s roads.

Looking after your teeth

Health professionals are invited to school to teach children how to look after their teeth properly – and what happens if they don’t!

Better living team

Do you know how many spoonfuls of sugar are in a can of fizzy drink? Children will learn all about hidden sugar in foods and the dangers of a diet high in sugar. Children also take part in a series of fun activities and an assembly to increase their awareness of healthy living.

Internet Safety

We have an annual Internet safety awareness programme for the whole school.

Sex education

Health professionals come into school to deliver a programme of sex education and sexual health.

Drug and alcohol awareness

Children in upper Key Stage 2 learn about the effects of drug and alcohol directly from a former abuser. This programme is delivered professionally in an age appropriate manner.

Fire Safety

A local fire officer comes into school annually to discuss fire safety issues. If we’re lucky we do get an invite to our local fire station.

Road Safety

Y2 and Y4 undergo a half day of training by the Calderdale Road Safety team. They learn how and where is the safest place to cross a road and go out on to the street to practise their learnt skills.

Water Safety

Children take part in an annual update of how to keep themselves safe around water; this is all linked to their swimming lessons.


The NSPCC come into school to deliver their PANTS programme.

The Underwear Rule from the NSPCC is a simple way to help parents and schools keep their children safe from abuse by teaching them that:
• their body belongs to them
• they have a right to say no, and

• they should always tell an adult if they’re upset or worried.