Please see our documents page for our polices.
Thank you to those of you who have returned your Home school agreements-please return them and your e mail addresses as soon as possible.
In our school we:
Follow instructions with thought and care.
Care for everyone and everything
Show good manners at all times
It is of the utmost importance to have robust systems for protecting children and safeguarding their welfare. All our staff and volunteers are alert to possible concerns about every pupil in their teaching phase.
If you have a concern, please speak to a member of staff and we will treat your concerns seriously within our safeguarding policies and procedures.
Useful contact details:
School Nurse: 01664 855561 NSPCC – 0808 800 5000 Child line – 0800 1111
Children’s Social Care:0116 305 0005 Non- emergency contact for the police – 0116 222 2222
Cruse Bereavement care 01162884119 Beyone Bullying link
Fun and families link
E safetyCurrent guidelines for parental control and support relating to social networks and safe use of the internet are available in school and on our main notice board.We would like to draw attention to this serious issue as ensuring children are safe and understand the guidelines and safety tips, especially as a growing number of children have immediate access to the internet on their phones .It has also come to our attention that a number of children within school are accessing Facebook, which carries a minimum age of 13.In keeping with LA guidelines and e safety policies we will treat all concerns seriously and report any issues accordingly.If you require any further advice please contact the school.Children’s safety when using websites and social networking sites is a high priority for us. Click here to read a document with helpful advice on how to keep your children safe when using sites like Facebook. Internet Safety document available here.
If you are trying to find activities, including play schemes, for your child out of school hours or during the holidays try this website
A new free online magazine for parents, from Vodafone, that guides you through the digital world that your children experience. In particular, there is a focus on safety online. Click here to go to the magazine.
Below are the two Internet Safety videos shared with parents at the recent Internet Safety meeting. Please view these before sharing them with your child. Parent video on ThinkUKnow and Jigsaw. These videos are taken from http://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/