St Barnabas & St Philip's CofE School

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 Just Enough - Anti-Slavery Workshops at St Barnabas Dear Vera,

I am writing to say thank you for having us in St Barnabas and St Philips Primary School on Tuesday 28th February.  It was a pleasure to visit and work in your school.  I have included some feedback quotes from the children that you may find useful towards Ofsted requirements relating to Health & Well-Being and Safeguarding.

Quotes
I learnt that slavery is still happening now when we didn't even realise it.
I learnt to recognise the 5 signs of slavery "SLAVE".
I learnt that one person can make a change
I learnt there are around 40-45 million slaves in the world today.
I learnt never to trust a stranger.
I learnt that slave masters earn £150 billion a year
I learnt that if i suspect something i could call the Modern Slavery Helpline.

We would be delighted to work with your children again in the future, their is our Radicalisation sessions, or of course working with your new intake of years 5&6, so please do keep in touch.

We also have a new online platform for you to carry on your work with your class - Just Enough Learns!  It is full of lesson plans, exciting interviews and research on all things Just Enough! If you would like more details please contact me. 

If you enjoyed the session (which we really hope you did!) would you help us to spread the word of Just Enough UK.  We are a small charity who believes in making a difference, one child at a time!  Any support you can give us would be greatly appreciated; here are ways you can help:

Share attached leaflets with colleagues through your teacher/school networks, forums, databases (if you can CC us in then awesome!)
Let us know about any potential PSHE meetings - we would love to attend!

Thank you again and we wish you a wonderful term….

Best Wishes,

Dominic (and the Just Enough UK Team)  


Promoting British Values at St Barnabas & St Philip’s School

The DfE have reinforced the need “to create and enforce a clear and rigorous expectation on all schools to promote the fundamental British values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty and mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs.”
 

The Government set out its definition of British values in the 2011 Prevent Strategy, and these values have been reiterated this year (2014).  At St Barnabas & St Philip’s School these values are reinforced regularly and in the following ways. We keep an up to date audit of all such teaching and learning opportunities.

Click here to read about the ways we promote British Values at St Barnabas & St Philip's School.

Click here to read about recent 'Just Enough' workshops on Modern Day Slavery and Radicalisation that the Year 5 & Year 6 pupils attended 
 

 Monday 20th June 2016 – 7.30 am

  

 On Monday 20th June 2016 the Mayor of Kensington raised the Armed Forces flag in  the courtyard of Kensington Town Hall to mark  the start of Armed Forces Week, which  culminates with Armed Forces Day on  Saturday 25th June 2016.

 A detachment from the Household Cavalry  were present at the ceremony and the  children, parents and staff from St Barnabas  & St Philip's enjoyed speaking with the soldiers  and patting the horses.

 This was a great opportunity for the school  community to show our support to all  members of the armed forces

 Many thanks,

 Chris Doyle

 

 

 

 

Celebrating the Queen’s 90th Birthday

The governors of the school have organised for each child attending St Barnabas & St Philip’s School to receive a personalised copy of this special book celebrating the Queen’s 90th Birthday.

These will be given to each child on Thursday 9th June 2016 following the special service at St Mary Abbots Church, where we will be celebrating the official birthday of the Queen.

All parents are invited to attend this service at St Mary Abbots Church from 9.30 to 10.30 a.m. on Thursday 9th June 2016.

The cost of this book has been met by a generous donation from the Parents, Staff and Friends’ Association.

HOPE is working in partnership with Bible Society and the London Institute for Contemporary Christianity to publish The Servant Queen and the King She Serves - a book focusing on the Queen’s Christian faith. This beautifully illustrated short tribute uses the Queen’s own words to draw out the central role of her trust in Jesus Christ, offering us all an inspiring, multi-faceted insight into a life well-lived for others.

Celebrating the Queen’s 90th Birthday

The governors of the school have organised for each child attending St Barnabas & St Philip’s School to receive a personalised copy of this special book celebrating the Queen’s 90th Birthday.

These will be given to each child on Thursday 9th June 2016 following the special service at St Mary Abbots Church, where we will be celebrating the official birthday of the Queen.

All parents are invited to attend this service at St Mary Abbots Church from 9.30 to 10.30 a.m. on Thursday 9th June 2016.

The cost of this book has been met by a generous donation from the Parents, Staff and Friends’ Association.

HOPE is working in partnership with Bible Society and the London Institute for Contemporary Christianity to publish The Servant Queen and the King She Serves - a book focusing on the Queen’s Christian faith. This beautifully illustrated short tribute uses the Queen’s own words to draw out the central role of her trust in Jesus Christ, offering us all an inspiring, multi-faceted insight into a life well-lived for others.