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Newsletter 12th November

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Dear Parents I am contacting you to draw your attention to an item in the local newspaper concerning a police investigation into incidents concerning children in Potters Bar and an unidentified man. The police have issued the following personal safety advice for children: When out and about, walk with a friend and keep a mobile phone handy but hidden. But don’t use your mobile while walking around on the street. In an emergency, always dial 999. An emergency is when there is danger of injury to a person or damage to property. If you see a crime in progress, you must always dial 999 and ask for the police. If someone grabs your bag, let it go. Remember your safety is more important than property. When it is dark, try to keep to well-lit, busy roads and avoid taking short-cuts or routes through parks, alleys or car parks. Be aware…

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Ofsted 2013

’Pupils make good progress throughout the school. By the time they leave in Year 6 they reach standards that are well above those found nationally.’ ‘Pupils have good attitudes to learning as shown by their hard work in lessons, good behaviour and above average attendance. They say they feel safe and, together with the adults in the school, they have created a caring environment for each other.’