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  • Helpful Tips for Parents

    Published 01/08/19, by Sara Lindley

    Please click here to visit the Parentzone website for some really helpful tips on deciding how much time  you think is a safe amount of time for your child to be using technology.

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  • Digital Parenting

    Published 10/01/19, by Peter Cresswell

    Click below to read more about digital parenting....

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  • Support During the Holidays

    Published 19/12/18, by Helen Holmes

    If you need any support with your child's mental health during the holidays then please take a look at the following blog. 

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  • Staying Safe - Road Safety

    Published 17/12/18, by Helen Holmes

    In today's assembly we talked about how the children can stay safe on and by our roads, particularly as it gets dark so early during the winter months. The children knew a lot already, such as wearing some reflective clothing; crossing at sensible places and paying attention when they are near roads. It's worth taking a look at the parent page on the Brake website as there are some good ideas to support discussions with children at home, even when discussing with children as young as two! 

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  • Be Internet Legends!

    Published 20/11/18, by Sara Lindley

    On Friday 23rd of November we have a special assembly kindly being put on by a partnership between Google and Parentzone. They are going to present the concept of being Internet Legends!

    The whole of Keystage 2 will be participating in this assembly so we will keep you posted as to what we find out.

    In the meantime, take a look at this video for an introduction from the Be Internet Legends team.

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  • Keep Safe At Halloween!

    Published 23/10/18, by Helen Holmes

    We don't want to spoilt any Halloween fun, but it is important to keep safe during Halloween, particularly if you go Trick or Treating. Please read the information for tips on how to keep safe. 

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  • What my parents don't know about safeguarding is....

    Published 13/10/18, by Peter Cresswell

    The statements below, about the use of social media, were compiled anonymously by the children of Year 5 & 6 at a local Primary School. They make for interesting reading...

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  • stranger danger

    Published 17/09/18, by Helen Holmes

    Stranger Danger

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  • HOME ALONE

    Published 16/07/18, by Helen Holmes

    Parents are sometimes unsure as to when children can be left at home alone. The information below gives some very useful guidance. As a rule, primary aged children should never be left at home alone. 

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  • Staying safe outside

    Published 08/05/18, by Gemma King

    As we have been so lucky to have an amazing few days, weather wise, it's worth reading through the information about how parents can support their children to stay safe when they are playing outside including being aware of any risks; setting rules and building your child's confidence. It also gives some useful information about when children are ready to be out and about without their parents/carers. 

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  • Talking to your child about staying safe online

    Published 07/05/18, by Peter Cresswell

    Talking to your child – openly, and regularly – is the best way to help keep them safe online.

    You might find it helpful to start with a family discussion to set boundaries and agree what's appropriate. Or you might need a more specific conversation about an app or website your child wants to use or something you're worried about.

    If you're not sure where to start then here's the advice you need – great ways to begin conversations to keep your child safe online - CLICK FOR MORE INFORMATION.

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