The Staff and Governors at Firs Primary School recognise that they have a duty to ensure arrangements are in place for Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, and we will carry this duty through our teaching and learning, pastoral care and extended school activities. All members of the school community (including volunteers and governors) will at all times establish and maintain a safe and stimulating environments; an environment where children feel secure, where children are encouraged to talk to adults they can trust and where children are listened to.
Parents should be aware that the school is required to take any reasonable action to ensure the safety of its pupils. In cases where the school has reason to be concerned that a child may be subject to ill treatment, neglect or other forms of abuse, the Headteacher is obliged to follow the Child Protection Procedures established by the Derby City Area Child Protection Committee and inform the Social Services of the concern.
A rocket powered concert fuelled by the energetic ideas & musical sparks of young minds @DerbyTheatre. With students from @derbycollege & 3 schools performing original songs they created with our orchestra. This show is fully #BSL interpreted.
What a day! Inspiration day for #VivaEnergy w/ @becketprimary @firsderby @derbycollege @BemroseSchool including jenga coal mining, saving ducks from an oil spillage, powering street lights with solar, wind & coal power, insulation warming experiments, singing, making new rhythms,
Today some children from Firs have been learning about renewable energy and fossil fuels. Can we mine coal without destroying forests? Can we easily clean up an oil spill? Will fossil fuels last forever?