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12/07/22

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08/07/22

We are proud of you! Grade 1 horse care achieved! https://t.co/cj9xIvzl1S

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28/06/22

The Great Fire of London at Magna Carta! Year 2 houses going up in flames! ! https://t.co/bqMQEOAUL3

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24/06/22

A great day out for Cancer Research! We are proud of ourselves! https://t.co/y2WWsr3lPk

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24/06/22

Medals galore at Race For Life MC! https://t.co/9qYNLzamPx

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24/06/22

Race For Life! Raising funds and keeping fit and healthy! https://t.co/HaspjCKt9J

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23/06/22

Willow visit to the Sea Life Centre. https://t.co/I7bc19T5tM

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23/06/22

Willow class working hard at creating a spray of hands. https://t.co/5CsM9e7v92

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23/06/22

Such concentration! https://t.co/ZhAseIPalL

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23/06/22

Exploring negative space in Maple. https://t.co/xaBFl1l5lY

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22/06/22

We are proud of our learning! https://t.co/4oZ11KG7YI

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22/06/22

Matisse month continues at Magna Carta! https://t.co/G7bKcAROXB

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16/06/22

Welcome to Matisse Month at MCPA! Young artists in Ash learning about his work and being inspired to create their own masterpieces. https://t.co/6axitQJekD

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16/06/22

Two of our youngest pupil's completed fantastic creative story writing about our ducklings! Well done girls! https://t.co/0NBuRnpOMr

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10/06/22

Our first hot chocolate Friday! These pupils have shown kindness throughout the week in many different ways. We are very proud of your shining example! https://t.co/vq6mqjdsnv

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10/06/22

Watch our garden grow! Many thanks for the kind donation of plants. https://t.co/ZnrgfOFKaQ

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10/06/22

New additions to Willow class! https://t.co/lJzS52EpWq

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10/06/22

What has arrived in the school hall? https://t.co/5DYVw6f3hu

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06/06/22

Jubilee tree planting at Magna Carta. Thank you to our neighbouring residents for your generous donation of an apple tree planted together with one of our youngest pupils in the school playground to mark 70 years of marriage and 70 years of the Queen's service. https://t.co/9wUpgj6OvS

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Police and firefighters tackle stranger danger

Police and firefighters tackle stranger danger

Posted: 17th June 2019

Police and fire officers supported a school to tackle the subject of stranger danger with children.

Representatives from Essex Police and Essex County Fire & Rescue Service joined forces with teachers at Magna Carta Primary Academy to cover the vital topic.

Presentations were given to children in all year groups about strangers and how it is impossible to tell if a person is kind or unkind simply by talking to them.

Pupils were taught the technique of Run, Yell, Tell if they find themselves in an uncertain situation.

Headteacher Marios Solomonides said: “Run, Yell, Tell is easy for young children to understand. Knowledge is power and so we teach our children how to keep safe and to not be vulnerable. We do not want them to be afraid, we want them to know what to do.

“Having external people come in to talk to the children can sometimes have a bigger impact on them and we find they listen even more intently.”

During the visit, pupils also got an insight into the role of a police officer as part of the school’s focus on aspirations and careers.

Mr Solomonides said: “It was explained to pupils that the police are there to help as well as to catch the bad guys. It was great for our children to see the police and fire brigade doing something together as they naturally think about firefighters helping them, but don’t necessarily think of the police in the same way.”

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