Abbey Junior PCSOs 2020-2021
The Junior PCSO Pledge
I promise to serve West Midlands Police as a Junior PCSO with integrity and honour.
I will try my best at all times to be honest and trustworthy and to help everyone that I meet.
Schedule of the Abbey Junior PCSO P
Dates for training and Junior PCSO meetings
Monday 21st - Confirmation of class nominations for Junior - Appoint the next Junior for each Y4, Y5 and Y6 class.
Monday 28th 2.30. - 3.00pm - Transfer ceremony - the current s will receive their certificate and then transfer their role and uniform to the next person in the class. Photographs will be taken in each class and used on the school website. New recruits will be given their first task (Living Streets survey for each class - how do you travel to school?)
Monday 5th October 2.00 - 3.00pm 1st Training Session (two sessions provided, one for each bubble) - Today we will train the children to learn the phonetic alphabet. They will look a the pledge and agree the rules and conduct of the Junior . The children will be given an idea of the This half term we will be working on safer parking around our school, the WOW initiative with the charity Living Street (walk once a week), Clean Air Charter (car pollution) and the Anti-Bullying Campaign.
Monday 12th October 2.00pm - 3.00pm 2nd Training Session (two sessions provided, one for each bubble) - Road safety and parking issues near the school including the clean air charter for pollution, the highway code and WOW - Living Streets Charity behind a walk to school campaign.
Tuesday 20th October 2.00pm - 3.00pm - 3rd Training Session (two sessions provided, one for each bubble) - WOW training. Each Junior PCSO will learn how to input the data into the Travel Tracker and work with the teacher to introduce the WOW project to the children in their class. Introduce the Power Point presentation for Living Streets.
Monday 2nd November 2.45-3.00pm Y4 and 3.00pm - 3.15pm Y5/6 4th training session - Launch Day for WOW! Check to see if there were any issues and that the data has been put into the Travel Tracker.
Monday 9th November 5th training session 1pm - 2pm Y3 and 2pm - 3pm Y5/5 - Anti Bullying and Safeguarding Champions - in readiness for anti-bullying week on 16th November 2020
Monday 16th November 2.00pm -2.30pm-3pm - Anti-Bullying week and a Virtual Teams Meeting with PCSO Jayne Evans and PCSO Lesley Pardoe from West Midlands Police. Certificates will be awarded to each child to mark the end of their official training programme.
Week beginning 23rd November - Parking Patrols am and pm patrols will be organised. Dates to be confirmed.
Monday 30th November 2.00pm - 2.30-3.00pm - WOW review - award Badges for children who have achieved Walk Once a Week.
Week beginning 7th December - Parking Patrols am and pm patrols will be organised. Dates to be confirmed.
Monday 14th December 2.00pm -2.30-3.00pm - Junior PCSO Christmas Meeting - Fun and games, including a review of the term and planning ahead for the Spring Term 2021
Passed with flying colours!
On Monday 16th November 2020 the Abbey Junior PCSOs completed their induction and training and were awarded their certificates during a virtual ceremony with PCSO Evans and PCSO Bhatti from West Midlands Police. Well done to each and every one of the new recruits for joining in with the training sessions with enthusiasm and interest, they are a fabulous team who are already serving their school very well.
We can now officially begin our weekly parking patrols, from a safe distance from the ‘garden area’ in front of the Junior School on Barclay Road.
Welcome to the five-day Walking Challenge 2021: WALKING SUPERPOWERS
This year’s challenge will focus on the walking superpowers that benefit individuals, communities and the planet.
Each day pupils will be introduced to a brand new ‘Walking Superpower’ taking the form of a fun comic-book inspired design.
Walking has so many benefits from physical to mental wellbeing; aiding concentration and creativity and creating safer, less polluted and more welcoming streets. All that makes for a happy, healthy child set up for success in and out of the classroom.
Through the week, pupils will be introduced to the Walking Superpowers who will teach them all about these benefits and reinforce the power of walking, superhero style!
ARE YOU UP FOR THE CHALLENGE?
Each pupil will be challenged to travel sustainably (walk, scoot, cycle or Park and Stride) to school every day for one week using our fun and interactive wallchart and stickers to log their journeys.
Each class will work collectively to make as many active journeys to school as possible across the week. Each day you will record the number of active journeys made on the classroom wallchart and learn about a new walking superpower. Individual activity diaries, daily stickers and end of week pupil rewards will complement this activity, reinforcing the benefits and keeping children engaged.
Classroom packs contain resources for the whole class, featuring differing, age-appropriate curriculum designed activities.
Inside each pack:
The Junior PCSOs will be helping the event run smoothly and promoting it in their classrooms!
Living Streets' annual badge design competition gives pupils the chance to design the new WOW badges. Last year, they had over 100,000 entries making it one of the biggest design competitions for children in the UK. (WOW is our year-round walk to school challenge. Those who walk, cycle or scoot to school at least once a week for a month earn a WOW badge, with a new one to collect each month across the year).
Walk for the World will focus on the sustainability benefits of walking, highlighting how local actions (like walking to school and ditching the car), can have positive global impacts. Pupils will be asked to consider the contribution that traffic pollution makes to carbon emissions and to research and draw wildlife or a natural habitat affected by climate change.
We hope the badge competition will help pupils understand how walking to school, instead of driving, is helping to fight climate change through lower vehicle emissions, protecting wildlife and natural habitats for the future.
Be big, bold and colourful! Diversity and originality are key to standing out from the crowd! Use the templates that you have been given and get your entries back to your class teacher by FRIDAY 21st MAY 2021. The Junior PCSOs will be judging the competition on Monday 24th May 2021, so that we can have our chosen entries to the competition organisers by the closing date on Friday 28th May 2021.
The winning designs will be turned into more than 300,000 badges - made from 100% repurposed plastic - to be awarded to WOW pupils who walk, cycle, scoot or Park and Stride.
Prizes up for grabs:
Every school that enters will be eligible for our prize draw! So what are you waiting for? Get creative!
We had so many entries to the 2021 WOW Badge Design competition, with over 156 designs. The competition organisers wanted children to research and draw animals and their natural habitats all over the world that are affected by climate change, then design a badge that of the animals that would be protected by walking to school and reducing carbon emissions.
The Abbey Junior PCSOs loved the judging process and were complimentary on the wide range of wonderful designs. They chose one overall winner per year group and runners up too.
Every child who has entered the competition will have their designs returned to them with an Abbey 'thank you' certificate. The winning designs will be entered into the competition.
On June 17th it is Clean Air Day. We are celebrating this across our school with a Junior PCSO parking patrol, assembly and asking the children to make a pledge. What will your pledge be?
The pledges people are making are:
The WOW Walk of Fame Results are in!
Friday 16th July marked the end of the WOW Walk of Fame Challenge and what a fantastic week it was. There were over 20,793 children taking part across the West Midlands and more than 36,500 active travel journeys recorded on the Travel Tracker. So DRUMROLL………
Abbey is top of the leader board with Abbey Infant School in 1st position and Abbey Junior in 2nd position. What a great result for our school!
Well done for everyone who took part and for helping us to achieve this great result. We have been awarded our victory certificates!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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