Hello Year 1,

This page has been set up just to remind all of us on how we can stay safe during this period while we work at home to ensure we all stay happy, healthy and ready to come back to school when the time comes.

Below I have put together a quick list of safety rules to follow whilst at home:

  • Don’t spend too much time on tablets, computers or watching T.V. Whilst these are great home learning resources, it is important to vary how we learn and try to stay active. There are plenty of ways to learn, for example you could read books, go for a walk, explore around the garden and many more.
  • Try to limit your home learning into small chunks. Whilst all of us teachers at St Anne’s want you to continue learning whilst at home, we also want you to make time to enjoy yourselves and be happy and healthy. All work and no play does not sound very fun or healthy so make sure to laugh, jump and generally mess around to enjoy yourself.
  • Remember to keep fingers and other objects away from plug sockets! Wires and other electrical equipment are not playthings – these can all be quite dangerous when not used properly.
  • Working in the kitchen is a great way of learning new experiences and having fun. Just be sure to stay safe and always have adult supervision if using kitchen equipment, as things like knives and other cooking utensils can be quite dangerous. We want wonderful recipes and not nasty accidents 🙂
  • If you are outside playing, make sure you let your adult know where you are.
  • When crossing the road, make sure you are with your trusted adult and you look both ways before stepping out.
  • If you start to feel poorly/unwell you should tell an adult as soon as possible. I’m sure it will be nothing to worry about, but an adult will know what to do and make sure it’s nothing more serious.

Can you think of anymore safety rules? If so, send these to me at year1@st-annes-pri.manchester.sch.uk

Below I have included a couple of activity sheets about how we can stay safe around the house 🙂

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Stay Safe 🙂