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The Health and Safety Executive for Northern Ireland is committed to eliminating incidents on farms that in the past have resulted in children being killed or injured.

 

Through our “Be aware kids - Child safety on farms” campaign we have seen a significant reduction in such accidents, however we can never be complacent and must all work together to promote this important message. 

 

 

 

Unfortunately this year due to the unprecedented circumstances we find ourselves in with Covid-19, our staff will not have the opportunity to visit rural primary schools in the run up to the summer holidays to deliver our farm safety messages. However we still wish to promote our farm safety poster competition which we have been running successfully now for a number of years as we feel this is also an excellent way of getting our important safety messages out to farming families. This year we need your help and support more than ever to run our competition.

 

 

 

We are inviting Primary School pupils (Foundation, Key Stage 1 & Key Stage 2) and pupils from Special Schools to take the opportunity to enter our poster competition which will commence on 1st June 2020 and run for 12 weeks. To do so each child should draw or paint a picture and the design of this picture should be based on the key dangers on the farm from one of the following four categories –

 

 

 

  1. Dangers from slurry
  2. Dangers from farm animals                        
  3. Dangers from tractors & other farm machinery
  4. Dangers from falls & falling objects

 

 

 

Each week we will invite entries from one of the above categories. The theme for each week will be announced every Monday on HSENI’s Facebook page and on our website www.hseni.gov.uk. Competition Terms & Conditions are attached and can also be viewed on our website.

 

 

 

Entries should be submitted portrait style on either A3 or A4 sized plain paper. To ensure entry to the competition is as simple as possible this year, we would ask that a photograph or scan of the completed picture is e-mailed to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

A cover note on the e-mail should state the child’s name, primary school attended and contact telephone number for a parent/guardian or responsible adult.

 

 

 

We will select a winner each week for the 12 weeks of the competition and winners will be notified the following week. .

 

Prizes for each of the 12 winners will be a £30 One4all gift card.

 

 

 

It is important that after a picture is submitted by e-mail, the original hard copy is retained as we will require the 12 overall winners selected to provide this for printing purposes. Please note, failure to provide a hard copy will result in the prize not being awarded.

 

 

 

In previous years HSENI has produced a calendar made up of the winning entries to the competition and the calendar has been distributed to over 42,000 rural homes throughout Northern Ireland, HSENI hopes if possible to produce a calendar for 2021 from the winning entries to this year’s competition.

 

 

 

For more information on “child safety on farms” go our website www.hseni.gov.uk/articles/be-aware-kids-child-safety-farms-campaignor you can e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

 

I trust that you will support this worthwhile campaign and help promote entries from the children who attend your school by sharing our notification out as widely as possible to your parents and pupils and encourage the children to take part. We look forward to receiving some wonderful art work highlighting the very important child safety on farms messages and appreciate your help with the promotion of the competition.

 

 

 

Thank you in advance & stay safe.

 

 

 

Yours faithfully

 

 

 

 

 

Camilla Mackey

 

Principal Inspector Agri-food team

 

HSENI

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hello Tacpackers,

I hope this finds you safe and well. 

We have had over 1000 people download Set 5 to use at home during this challenging time. We are delighted to be receiving your videos and comments via our Facebook page, please keep spreading the word.

This week we've shared a video, introduced by Tacpac's creator, Hilary Wainer, that includes a guide to activities 1. 'Pressing and scrunching with wrapping paper' and 2. 'Puffing air with squeezy bottles' from Set 5. 

We will be sharing more videos from Set 5 throughout the week so please head over to Facebook or watch them on our website (instructions below).

 

 

Watching Set 5 and its activity videos
on the Tacpac website

 

If you prefer not to visit Facebook you can watch Set 5's activity videos on the website. 
1. Go to www.tacpac.co.uk
2. Login to your account
3. Click on Memberships
4. Click 'view' next to Set 5 
5. The videos are next to the music pieces (see image below) 

This is what you should be seeing if you’re in the correct place in the website to view all the activity videos of Set 5. Not there yet? Let us know if you’re lost!
 

 

 

 

We'd love to know how you're getting on.

Please do go to the Tacpac Community page or visit our Facebook page and let us know what you need and how you’re doing.

The Tacpac Team are all working from home, and are here if you need us.

Please send your questions either to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or use the Community Page

Enjoy your sessions!
The Tacpac Team.
 

 

If you are already using Tacpac at home,  please use the guidelines for health and safety:

1. Wash your hands before and after sessions.
2. Wash all material objects in the washing machine after each session,
3. Disinfect all hard objects that can't go into the wash.


PLEASE DO NOT PARTAKE IN A SESSION  IF YOU HAVE A NEW COUGH OR UNUSUALLY HIGH OR LOW TEMPERATURE. PLEASE DISCOURAGE OTHERS FROM DOING SO.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BBC have launched a new range of resources - lots of useful ideas.

 

 

 

Bitesize Daily

 

A great new resource for home schooling. A range of online programmes and resources that cover pre-school to Post -16.

 

Bitesize Daily and Bitesize Daily Lessons.

 

 

 

www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/dailylessons

 

Hi Everyone, here is a video from our EA Music Service tutor Jimmy Hagan. We were delighted Jimmy could take the time to put together 3 instruction videos, to give us all some rhythms to get working on at home.

Jimmy 1 - this video is for everyone to have a go, all ages and classes.......listen to Jimmy and have some fun working on these rhythms! We'd love to see some pictures of you working on these, if you do want to send a video, can you keep them short please - nothing too big as it may not sent through - up to 10 seconds should be ok.

Jimmy 2 - Again feel free to have a goat this video - it's a little more advanced than video 1. Keep working hard!!!

Jimmy 3 - this is definitely a little trickier, but this should be suitable for our Pulse & Beat It members - but don't let that stop you having a go!!!

Looking forward to seeing your photos - get the whole family involved too! Send any photos and short videos to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  - we'll try put all the videos together before putting them on the website.

Please see the PDF downloads below.

Attachments:
Download this file (Daily Update 20 April.pdf)Daily Update 20 April.pdf[Daily Update 20 April]227 kB

Please see the PDF download below.

Attachments:
Download this file (Easter Activities.pdf)Easter Activities.pdf[Easter Activities]821 kB

Please see below for information received from our friends at Scripture Union who work with us throughout the year:

 

LISANALLY School is in the thoughts and prayers of Scripture Union NI as we face difficult and uncertain times.

THANK YOU for the care and commitment you show to pupils and families and the welcoming atmosphere created by your school community.

Links and contacts will be quickly renewed, once SUNI can support again through Assemblies, Bible Stories and RE lessons.

 

In the interim the following resources with a Christian worldview may prove useful for children and their families:

 

SUNI ONLINE

Mondays:

Primary Assemblies / 10am / Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/ScriptureUnionNI/) & Youtube (https://www.youtube.com/user/scriptureunionni)

 

Post-Primary Assemblies / 10am / Instagram (@SUNIinfo) 

Wednesdays:

Primary SU Group Material / 1PM / Facebook  (https://www.facebook.com/ScriptureUnionNI/

 

Post-primary SU Group Material / 3PM / Facebook 

 (https://www.facebook.com/ScriptureUnionNI/)  & possibly Instagram (@SUNIinfo) too.

 

Fridays:

Family Devotions / 10am / Facebook  (https://www.facebook.com/ScriptureUnionNI/

Saddleback kids – http://www.saddlebackkids.com

Worship for Everyone - https://worshipforeveryone.com

Play it by ear -  https://en-gb.facebook.com/pg/playitbyeardrama/notes/

Crossroads Kids Club - crossroadskidsclub.net

 

The Good Book Company – www.thegoodbook.co.uk for resources  and videos

     

In the meantime, take care and keep safe,

 

Anita

The superb book series has launched a free downloadable resource - Beating the Virus - a free downloadable story.

You can access the free book on the link below. There will be more coming out soon, so watch this space....

https://booksbeyondwords.co.uk/downloads-shop/beating-the-virus

 

New Anxiety Resource Pack

Autism NI have created an 'Anxiety Resource Pack' which includes a Body Outline chart, the 5 Point Scale, the Sticky Slimy Thoughts chart and a list of coping tools that individuals can choose from. This pack can be downloaded on our website: http://autismni.org/anxiety-resource-pack.html