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BBC SCHOOL REPORT NEWS DAY

Socialising in Priory School

Socialising at priory school

 

Lola: Welcome to priory school my name is Lola! Here we have a range of amazing activities to participate in during and after school.It is a great way to socialise and have fun whilst in a working environment. Come with me and I will take you to the canteen!

Joe: This is the canteen here is where we eat lunch and catch up with friends after lessons. This environment has an amazing atmosphere here and the staff working are all so friendly. By the way my name is

Joe!

 

Rhiannon: This is the sports cafe. You can get baguettes here with a range of different fillings. You could also get salads which we think is an amazing influence to our school healthy eating program. I’m rhiannon.

 

Lola: hi again we are now in the quad. We love to hang out here and eat here and relax in the sun when it is warm. However when it is rainy it is still a beautiful place to b, just look at this amazing mosaic for example!

 

Joe:This is the astroturf, our all weather pitch. We are very privileged to have this and it aids us in our physical education greatly. At lunch and breaks you can hang out here playing football and socialising with your pals.

 

Rhiannon: This is the tennis center, when it rains we come here to keep warm and dry eat lunch and play games. Also after school and during school many members of the public come here to play tennis.

 

Lola:This is the DDS(clicks) and this is the chapel this is where we have drama clubs and activities for all us thespians. We love it it is also a great sense of history right on our school doorstep!

 

Joe: This is one of our science labs. This is a safe environment where there is a club for all the budding scientists to pursue their hobby. This is also used for normal lessons and it is extremely fun to do practicals and learn all about the weird and wonderful parts of science.

 

Rhiannon: This is the upper gym where dance classes take place in preparation for the dance show. We think this is a great space to be in to dance and have fun whilst performing. Our dance show is going to be in the DDS. We are all very excited!!

 

Lola:So what do you think of priory.

 

Joe:We have a range of activities to let all our students to pursue their hobbies and reach their goals

 

Rhiannon: And these were only a few.

 

All:Thankyou for watching this has been

Rhiannon: Rhiannon.

Joe: Joe

Lola: And Lola.

 

Priory School’s High School Musical 2017

Sailing round the World with David Swede

Priory BBC News day 2017

Including interviews with:

Flick Drummond (MP), Emily Gapes, Cliff Young, Emily Gapes, David Swede and Sarah Christopher (SENCO)

The Stigma of Mental Health in Schools

So what is stigma? Stigma is a strong feeling of disapproval associated with a particular thing. The stigma of mental health can often divide children and leave them feeling ostracised. In fact, stigma is one of the most important problems in the entire mental health field.  By understanding what stigma is, young people can seek help by talking to their parents or teachers.

Mental health is often not commonly talked about in schools. People are not adversely educated in the struggles some may be facing. Some schools have approached mental health  but only the milder types like insomnia and exam stress. However, they never seem to bring up topics like schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.
One way that schools can approach fighting the stigma, is by introducing curriculum based learning programmes that explicitly teach about mental health issues and develop students’ mental health literacy. Also, by providing a safe, trustworthy environment, young people may feel more open to seeking the help they need.

 

Interview with David Swete

David Swete has been around the world twice, and agree to an interview for Priory students.

High School Musical Pictures

HSM 

What is the official age for children to be using social media?

The age that should be allowed for teenagers to be on social media is around 13 to 16.The minimum age for WhatsApp is 16.Youtube, Wechat and kik, have a minimum age required of 18, although kik aged 13 to 17 can signup with parents permission. Wayback then, Twitter very clearly stated the minimum age required for anyone signing, up for a new account on the social network:13.

This was also located in their terms of service.However,in 2009 it was removed and replaced to Twitter’s privacy policy.

Facebook is the most popular social networking sites with over 800 million people online – lots of them are our age.With people posting and liking everyday it is a great way to share what youre doing with ur friends. BUT ARE THEY ALL FRIENDS???People can also hold fake accounts pretending to be someone they’re not which can be very dangerous. NEVER MEET A PERSON THAT YOU HAVE NEVER MET IN REAL LIFE!! Usually, children our age completely  ignore about the age that is acceptable on social medias and just start to make accounts. They are also a HUGE FAVOURITE with children, allowing them to stay in touch with friends over chats,meeting new friends with similar interests,but they have no idea if they are actually talking to the person that they think they are talking to because they might lie about their own age and ask them to meet them and that would be a huge dangerous thing to do especially without your parents knowing about it!

 

– Rashida

Social Media Ratings

What is the official age for children to be using social media?

The age that should be allowed for teenagers to be on social media is around 13 to 16.The minimum age for WhatsApp is 16.Youtube,Wechat and kik, have a minimum age required of 18, although kik aged 13 to 17 can signup with parents permission.Wayback then,Twitter very clearly stated the minimum age required for anyone signing, up for a new account on the social network:13.

This was also located in their terms of service.However,in 2009 it was removed and replaced to Twitter’s privacy policy.

 

Facebook is the most popular social networking sites with over 800 million people online – lots of them are our age.With people posting and liking everyday it is a great way to share what youre doing with ur friends. BUT ARE THEY ALL FRIENDS???People can also hold fake accounts pretending to be someone they’re not which can be very dangerous.NEVER MEET A PERSON THAT YOU HAVE NEVER MET IN REAL LIFE!! Usually, children like our age completely  ignore about the age that is expectable on social medias and just start to make accounts. They are also a HUGE FAVOURITE with children, allowing them to stay in touch with friends over chats,meeting new friends with similar interests,but they have no idea if they are actually talking to the person that they think they are talking to because they might lie about their own age and ask them to meet them and that would be a huge dangerous thing to do especially without your parents knowing about it!

 

why does age on social media matter?

Age matters because it is extremely dangerous for younger people like us to be making accounts on social media. It also matters because children that are younger than us wouldn’t actually know how to use social medias like facebook,snapchat,instagram etc.

 

 

 

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