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Harrison Headlines - Friday 20th November

Dear all

Thank you for your support this week - the children have very much enjoyed wearing odd socks and dressing up today. These are Harrison stalwarts that always bring a smile to our faces and help children to understand the value of respect as Harrison citizens. 

Anti-Bullying Week round up - the children have been working hard to define the meaning of bullying and understand their responsibility. They have explored what bullying can be - verbal, physical, cyber (online) and indirect, and the children have been reminded of our ‘Pause before you Post’ anti-bullying slogan. Please keep a lookout next week for the e-safety bulletin from Mr Gooding and the children in our 'Online e-safety workling party'. 

You might be interested to know that parents can now get a 60-day free access to SafeToNet's safeguarding app during Anti-bullying Week 2020.                  Use code: ABW2020 to sign up 


'BE BRIGHT BE SEEN DAY' -  what a colourful day we have had - each class has nominated the most brightly dressed child. Please see the school website for this year’s winners! We are pleased that children are becoming more independent - please remind your children of the seriousness of road safety. 


Christmas will carry on at Harrison! More news to follow next week  - we are working out how we can provide a bit of Christmas normality in school. The brilliant HSA has come up with a way of continuing the Christmas Raffle which which everyone can get involved in.


HSA 12 Days of Christmas Giveaway

We know it’s not December yet, but Christmas preparations have begun! To bring some additional cheer this Christmas, and to compensate for our inability to run our usual Christmas Fair, we’re very excited to announce our 12 Days of Christmas Giveaway Raffle. Every child in the school will be in with a chance of winning one of 12 fabulous prizes - including toys that have been listed in many retailers ‘Must have toys for Christmas 2020’. 

We have had a very good week - please look out for the Celebration Assembly today.


Sara Gmitrowicz