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  • 12 Online Safety Tips for Christmas!

    Published 21/12/22, by Gemma King
    Christmas is almost upon us once again, and soon some lucky children will be excitedly tearing the wrapping off a new mobile phone, tablet or game console. For some of them it will be the first time they've owned a device that connects them to th
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  • Digital Leaders

    Published 16/12/22, by Peter Cresswell


    We are the year 5/6 digital leaders across the Equals Trust: Heymann, Abbey Road, Keyworth, Tollerton, Burton Joyce, Cropwell Bishop, Robert Miles Junior, Brookside, Flintham, Richard Bonnington, Willow Farm and Crossdale.

    You can easily recognise us by the blue digital leaders badges that we wear. At least one student from each school joined together in December 2022 to discuss online safety and messages we wanted pupils in our schools to have with the Christmas holidays coming up. We were then all involved in writing articles in these  issues - hopefully, making them a fun and interesting read!

    We hope the issues below, aimed at Y3/4 and Y5/6, help you and your family stay safe on the internet :-)

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  • Anti-Bullying Week 2022

    Published 13/11/22, by Gemma King

    Reach Out on Anti-Bullying Week! 

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  • Heatwave Information v2

    Published 15/07/22, by Gemma King
    Dear parents and carers, Due to the weather forecast of temperatures in excess of 30 degrees Celsius at the start of next week, we wanted to let you know of our plans to ensure we keep the children, staff and everyone in school safe. Please ens
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  • Cyber Bullying

    Published 10/07/22, by Peter Cresswell

    July 2022

    We have recently been made aware that a few children in Y6 have been part of a group on snapchat where the language used was extremely unkind and targeted one specific child in a way that could be described as bullying. Although we believe the worst messages came from a child who is not a pupil at KPNS, a small number of our pupils were part of the group.

    We will be talking to the children but wanted you to know that we have asked South Wolds school how they deal with such matters. They have told us that where the identity of a child who is using social media to bully other children can be proven, they would urge parents to pass messages onto the police and also exclude the perpetrators from school. In future, we will take the same actions at KPNS – we cannot tolerate bullying behaviour in any way, even when it takes place out of school on social media.

    Please speak to your child about this matter to ensure they understand how serious it is – we do not want any pupils from KPNS involved in such behaviour either as the victims or the perpetrators.

    We would urge all parents to: 

    • Ensure your child is not accessing social media beyond their chronological age
    • Set up appropriate parental controls on phones and all electronic devices
    • Regularly check your child's usage - read their chats
    • Put appropriate sanctions and consequences in place if your child is not using social media responsibly.

    Further guidance can be found here:

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  • Speak Out. Stay Safe

    Published 13/03/22, by Helen Holmes

    NSPCC Speak Out, Stay Safe programme - well done, children! Here is your certificate. 

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  • Railway Safety!

    Published 08/03/22, by Gemma King
    Last week, our pupils enjoyed a visit from the GBRf’s safety team in a bid to raise awareness of the dangers of railways. The educational event was run by Rod Storer, Depot Safety Manager of (GBRf’s) Rail Innovation and Developmen
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  • Safer Internet Day 2022

    Published 03/02/22, by Sarah Rayns

    Safer Internet Day this year is on Tuesday 8th February and we will be having lots of discussions in school around the theme of 'All Fun and Games?' which gets the children thinking about their role online and how they can keep themselves and their friends safe and happy online. 

    Attached below are some of the top tips for children aged 7-11.

    There are lots of other helpful tips and advice if you would like to continue this conversation at home with your child on the Safer Internet Day website

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  • What apps are appropriate for my child?

    Published 06/10/21, by Gemma King
    Net Aware is a website which you, as a parent or carer, can go on and see if the apps your child is accessing are appropriate for them.  In line with the NSPCC, O2 have created 'Net Aware' -a safety guide to apps, games and socia
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  • Consultation About Mental Health Provision For Children

    Published 07/09/21, by Helen Holmes

    The local NHS group is looking for parents and carers to help shape an accessible Local Transformation Plan for children and young people's mental health. Two virtual workshops are being held. Please do take a look at the information attached and join in if you can. 

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  • Important Info About Personal, Social and Health Education

    Published 08/06/21, by Helen Holmes

    Please read the information below - Important. 

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  • Personal privacy for EYFS and KS1

    Published 19/05/21, by Sara Lindley

    How do we approach teaching the younger children about respecting personal space and keeping certain things private.

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