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North Crescent Primary School

‘Guiding explorers of the future’

We have spaces in our 'Outstanding' EYFS (Ofsted 24) for September 2024. New Pre-school for 2 year olds and Nursery for 3 and 4 year olds opening mid September 2024.

Class 6S

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Being safe and learning how to stay safe are at the heart of our school day, but especially when using technology. Technology offers great opportunities but could put us at unexpected risk. At NCPS we learn that the online world is not the same as the real world so communicating, working or playing online may have tremendous impact on our real lives both now and in the future.

Look below to see some of the events, activities and websites we have experienced this year.



April 2018 Changes to Data Protection


Read more below by following the link. How will this effect you? Look out for other information sources which outline the changes to data protection.



6-2-18 Safer Internet Day

The whole school joined together to share the activities they had taken part in, and the important skills they had learned.


6S read in groups and performed to each other three short play-scripts. The scripts dealt with the three headings Create, Connect and Share. Our children had fun with this activity and were able to empathise with the characters whilst comprehending serious messages.


11-12-17 Cyber Safety - Essex Fire Service


Officer Stephen Parker came and gave a frank and sincere talk with powerful messages, images and films - about online safety, which is particularly important for our 10 and 11 year olds.

Talking points:

  • sharing online and social media
  • technology and the law
  • online relationships- online 'friends' and real friends - including the case regarding:

Breck Bednar was a 14 year old boy, from Caterham, Surrey, who loved technology and online gaming. He was groomed via the internet and murdered on February 17th 2014 by someone, from Grays in Essex, whom he met online.


6-12-17 NSPCC Speak Out and Stay Safe

We were please to welcome staff from NSPCC, who came to speak with us about Speak Out. Speak Out promotes and encourages children to talk and share problems or questions they have relating to relationships in the real and virtual life. It aims to combat all forms of abuse, including: verbal, emotional, physical or sexual and give strategies to Speak Out against abuse.


6S talked in group discussions, played games and made pledges to Speak Out and Stay Safe.


Explore their website and find advice and resources for children and families.