Such an aspirational day for our JPCSOS! To recognise the work they’ve done around SCAMS not everyone can say they’ve been invited as guests into both the House of Commons & House of Lords whilst in sitting. A big thank you to DPCC Stuart Tweedale and MP Victoria Atkins
Absolutely amazing day at the Spilsby Show yesterday on the Lincolnshire Police stand with talking scams with our JPCSOS.
Such an amazing day for our JPCSOS at the Woodhall Spa Show spreading the 'Friends Against Scams' message. #safertogether #communityengagement
Fab afternoon spent with the JPCSOs working with other pupils from Cranwell Primary to look at the 'Against Scams' programme for children age 9-11
Jpcso Bike Marking Event
Policing happens in all weathers thank you to everyone who bought their bikes to the #JPCSO bike marking event in the wind & rain yesterday. We have lots of packs left in school so if you didn’t fancy braving the weather yesterday feel free to grab one of the team in school & they’ll sort your bikes out when you bring them in. We like to do this event once a year as it’s a fabulous way to security Mark your property and the children get to learn a little bit about crime prevention which will help in the future 😊👮🏻♀️👮🏼♂️
Not everyday you get a mention from your local MP! Thank you Victoria Atkins for highlighting the great work done by our JPCSOs
More great feedback from our JPCSO 'Scam Aware' Campaign
On December 8th, our JPCSOs took part in another fantastic community engagement activity with Lincs police. On this occasion, they headed into Horncastle town centre to deliver SCAM aware messages to the public. A brilliant project in helping others keep safe and the children received some amazing feedback from the Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner!
Our JPCSOS along with the Choir are going countywide for Christmas 🎄
As a school we were made aware of a competition to have our JPCSOs sing a Christmas Carol that will be shown during the Christmas season on the side of a large van with a big screen TV attached. Along with the Choir our JPCSOS rose to the challenge. We found out today that our school has been picked. I’m so proud of everyone involved in helping pull this together and even more proud we’ll be shown around the county. Thank you as ever to the parents who helped make this happen with the two changes of clothes 😊
A brilliant idea storming session for a new display on bullying with the JPCSOs & a few more. Children displaying great teamwork!
JPCSOs first task #whoarewe
Every year the JPCOS find out who Lincolnshire Police is as part of their first task but we thought we’d switch it round this year and explain #who and #why our JPCSOs want to be involved in the scheme.
JPCSO elections 2017
This week saw the exciting launch of the new year JPCSO scheme with a massive 18 pupils coming up for election to join our current Year 6 JPCSOs, our biggest turn out yet. Everyone had written brilliant speeches and stood up in front of three other year groups to explain why they would be best for their school which showed an enormous amount of bravery and courage. All children made their nominations and four winners were picked. A big congratulations goes to Annie Kedzior, Brooke Riches, Oliver Butler & Roxanne Mindham. Keep an eye on this page and the newsletter to see what they get up to throughout the year.
JPCSO election for 2017-18. Roles and responsibilities all set out for the coming year.
So #proud of my @SpilsbyPrimary #JPCSOS The end of another successful year working with @lincspolice We wish our 2 leavers lots of luck ❤️🌟🍀
JPCSO's Speed Awareness Campaign
The JPCSO's have recently taken part in a speed awareness campaign. They began by discussing the Lincolnshire Police Fatal 4 which is the main causes for fatalities on Lincolnshire Roads "speed, mobile phone, drink/drugs & seatbelts" and they decided they wanted to feed the information back to drivers on Lincolnshire Roads. So after formulating their questions they have spent 2 hours on a 30mph section of road near to the school where we have stopped 31 cars going slightly over the national speed limit and each driver was interviewed by the JPCSOS about the dangers of speeding and consequences. They were praised for their grown up attitudes and drivers said the interviews were extremely impactive. They behaved as perfect ambassadors for both Spilsby Primary and Lincolnshire Police. They are currently planning an assembly where they are going to feedback their findings to the other pupils at school.
JPCSOs campaign to kickstart Lincs Alert in Spilsby, Lincolnshire
The JPCSOs have started a long campaign this week to set up the Lincs Alert scheme in Spilsby which is a community messaging system run by Lincolnshire Police. It's a tool for the police and registered members to share information about their local area relating to neighbourhood watch, cctv and times of emergency including designated groups such as farm watch, horse watch and business watch. We are hoping to get to all the businesses in the local area signed up before branching out to the local residents. If you would like to know more contact Pc 576 Standbrook, JPCSOs @Spilsbyprimary or your neighbourhood team.
Who would you run to if you were scared?
Our latest JPCSO meeting led to discussions around conversations that are heard in supermarkets all over the country between children and parents and how the JPCSOs thought these could put a barrier between children and the police. So we looked at ways to change people's mindsets. We have made a short video clip that has been put onto social media, so we ask if it is seen please share or retweet it. We'd love to make a difference. #JPCSOS @spilsbyprimary
This Safer Internet Day the JPCSOS SpilsbyPrimary #giveasmile to make the internet a better place!
The JPCSOS bike marking event was a big hit this afternoon with lots of pupils bringing their bikes in. Everyone got a bike passport and the all important stickers. Lots of smiley faces in the playground.
The JPCSOs have finished planning their bike marking event! Bike passports, leaflets, stickers & pens ready!
Really good planning meeting with JPCSOS discussing our upcoming task on bike marking!
Candidates wishing to represent their class as a JPCSO did an amazing job, standing in front of their peers, to explain why they would be good ambassadors for Lincolnshire police. Well done to Bradley and Blake for gaining enough votes.
PC Standbrook visited school to lauch the JPCSO initiative for another year! Look out for speeches from the children! #pupilvoice
Spilsby Primary School