This year Tollgate Primary School pupils pledged to help put an end to bullying behaviour, celebrate diversity and create a school community of kindness.
"If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more. Then you are a leader." School assembly inspired by James Aidoo.
His work is being recognised for tackling some of the most complex issues related to youth engagement, academic aspirations for students. He was awarded by the Metropolitan Police for designing and delivering on a intervention programme that supported young people involved in youth crime and gangs, into employment in banking, I.T and engineering.
Children discussing ways to keep safe, both inside and outside of school.
By subscribing to National Online Safety, we equip school staff, parents and children with the knowledge they need to understand online dangers and how best to react should an incident arise.
The Community Hub staff, Shannel Duncan and Julie-Anne Jennings, delivering parental training on keeping safe online.
Tollgate children all have access to the child-friendly version of the Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy.
HeadStart lunchtime activities equipping children with skills to develop resilience.
The transition from primary school to secondary school can be challenging and worrying for students and parents.
The aim of the Paradigm Project is to provide students with confidence, resilience and setting high expectations and goals for themselves.
Children discussed ways to identify risk and were provided students with the tools and knowledge on how to reduce risk.