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  • Helping your child return to school

    Published 26/02/21, by Gemma King
    As you know, the government have announced that all pupils are to return to school on Monday 8th of March.   With some simple activities you can help prepare your child for returning to school so they are ready and happy to face the firs
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  • Support with Children's Anxieties

    Published 03/02/21, by Helen Holmes

    Some of the resources below may be helpful with supporting your children at home. If you get a chance to look then it is well worth it. 

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  • 10 e-safety tips for home learning

    Published 27/01/21, by Sarah Rayns

    During these times, children are spending a lot more time online.

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  • How To Talk To Your Children About E-Safety

    Published 23/11/20, by Helen Holmes
    Assembly this morning for Years 4 and 5 was a reminder about how to stay safe online. We talked about being careful how much personal information people put online (particularly when the children are of an age to have a Facebook account, for example)
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  • Mental Health Support For Parents

    Published 22/06/20, by Helen Holmes

    It is perfectly normal for us all to feel unsure, possibly anxious or overwhelmed at points in our lives, particularly during current times. Nottinghamshire NHS has launched a mental health helpline of which the details are attached below. 

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  • Think u Know - how to stay safe?

    Published 19/06/20, by Sara Lindley

    Many children have had a lot more time lately using devices

    Think u Know  websites offer great advice and interactive sites that allow children to find out how to keep themselves safe.

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  • NSPCC Virtual Assembly

    Published 04/06/20, by Helen Holmes

    The NSPCC normally come in to school once a year to remind the children of the knowledge they need to stay safe from harm and how they can speak out if they are worried. This would be a good use of 20 minutes on a Friday morning!

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  • Family Internet Safety activities

    Published 06/04/20, by Sara Lindley

    Dear parent or carer,

    Earlier in the year,  your child had been discovering how to be safe and confident online as part of Google’s B​e Internet Legends programme​ in partnership with Parent Zone.​ They have pulled together some things that you can do at home to keep your children entertained (and safe) whilst they are away from school.

    This ​‘Legendary Learner Pack’​ is full of ​activities and useful advice for families​ to try at home. It can help you to keep your children occupied whilst reinforcing some of the important skills they’ve been developing at school, including...

    Being Kind online and using the internet for positive online activities - something families will be doing a lot in the coming weeks and maybe months.

    The activities also include links to ​Interland​ - an online game which brings Be Internet Legends to life. You can play it together - or just let your child play it knowing they are doing something fun and educational. Find it here g​ .co/interland

    If you want to find out more about Be Internet Legends, don’t hesitate to visit

    Have fun and stay safe!

    We have attached the pack with loads of Family ideas below.

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  • Concerned about Tik Tok?

    Published 05/03/20, by Sara Lindley

    Tik Tok has been mentioned in school again recently so we thought that you might like to have some more information about it if you were not familiar with it. Tik Tok is very popular but unfortunately can sometimes cause very negative behaviour, which in turn causes children to become worried. Trends can often spread very quickly via the Tik Tok app and we have had cases where children come into school worried that the latest negative trend is going to happen to them.

    We take this very seriously at school and reassure the children that school is a safe environment.

    New trends happen so fast that staff may not be aware of them so please help us to be vigilant and let school  know if you have any concerns about a clip that your child has watched and been upset by.

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  • Safer Internet Day 2020

    Published 12/02/20, by Sarah Rayns

    As part of Safer Internet Day 2020 we have been looking at our online identity.

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  • Online Safety meeting for parents

    Published 05/02/20, by Peter Cresswell

    Thanks to those who joined us for our Online Safety meeting last night. A copy of the slides we used during the presentation can be found below - these will be useful for all parents. Please pop in if you have any questions.

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