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Droxford Junior School

Keeping safe and healthy

Keeping Safe

It is important that you keep safe in and out of school. Always ask any member of staff if you are worried about anything. If you are not collected on time always come back to wait in the school office.

We want you to be happy in school so that you learn well.  Sometimes children have disagreements at playtime. To help you solve issues we ‘Do the High Five’!

Help with sorting out disagreements: High Five document

We do not tolerate bullying of any kind at Droxford Junior School. We all have the responsibility to report any repeated unkind acts. If you are unhappy about how adults treat you (in or out of school) you need to contact the Headteacher or Deputy Headteacher. They are child protection officers and are trained to help you. 

Anti-bullying Week 2020 leaflet

More information can be found here: 

Useful Websites / Links

Information on bullying or being bullied

Staying safe on the internet
Think you know?

For information about road safety
Hampshire Road Safety For Over 7’s

For information about fire safety
Hampshire Fire Safety 7 and up

Children's Wellbeing Service Leaflet 

Hampshire Youth Access (HYA) Counselling - Leaflet 

Educational Psychology Helpline - Leaflet 

Children & Young People's Therapeutic Services - Leaflet

For Information about First Aid
Redcross for Children

For information about water safety
Water Safety For Kids
Keeping kids safe by the sea

For advice across many areas including rail safety
Keep yourself safe


Keeping Healthy

It is important that you lead a healthy lifestyle.

You should have a balanced diet. The ‘Eat Well Plate’ can help you think about your diet.  Click on the link below to find out more about the ‘Eat Well Plate’ and a healthy diet.

Eat Well Plate

 The ‘Five A Day’ campaign reminds you that you should be having five portions of fruit and vegetables each day.

‘Five a day’

It is important that you drink water regularly so that you do not become dehydrated.

You should be taking plenty of exercise too!


Droxford Junior School tending their plot on their allotment