What to do if you have a worry regarding e-safety.
Always talk to a TRUSTED adult. This could be a parent, relative, teaching assistant or teacher. You can use the form below to let your teachers know any concerns.
If your concern is more serious and involves pupils from outside school, you may need to use the CEOP reporting tool located here, this is a site run by the police.
If you have an online safety concern, you can record it here so the teachers can help support you. You can leave anonymous concerns too, should you wish
Below are a few links to some fun and educational websites for pupils to visit and enjoy.
Year 6 are busily preparing for their forthcoming SATs. The children are working incredibly hard, completing lots of practice papers and questions during their English and Maths lessons and using online revision tools to revise key areas of learning.
There are also lots of booster groups taking place to support the children with various areas of English and Maths. Annually, children in Year 6 have a ‘practice SATs week’ to help all the children feel familiar and confident with what the real week is going to be like.
Here are some key tips to remember when you take your SATs:
Click here to view the presentation provided to parents/carers at the Year 6 SATs Information Session.
#HelloYellow Day/Non-uniform - £1 Donation
October 9, 2020
This is a great opportunity for the children to think about the importance of having a healthy mind and links in well with all of our work around health and well-being. On this day the children are invited to wear yellow… the crazier the better!
October 23, 2020