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REACH FOR THE STARS... 21st March is World Downs Syndrome 'Lots of Socks' Day and we are raising the children's awareness by wearing odd socks on Wednesday. Improved attendance again with 96% and double WINITS this week for those attending on time every day. Well done Westerhope - the sponsored children did a wonderful job raising money for more books.



If you are a parent or carer, we hope you will find the web links below useful. Please read our e-safety policy.


If you have got any concerns, questions or you would like more information about e-safety at school or at home, then please do not hesitate to contact us.


Mr Thoburn is our Computing Coordinator and Mr Outterside is our designated safeguarding lead.


Check out the Parent Zone website, with lots of advice and courses for Parents and Carers.


Also check out the Digital Parenting magazines, which are full of advice and articles about the digital world. Very soon we hope to have hard copies available in the main entrance of the school!



E-Safety Within Our Curriculum


It is becoming increasingly important that our children are kept safe when they are online. Therefore we teach the children about e-safety every half term. We also teach about e-safety when situations arise or when we feel it would benefit the children at that moment of time.


Below you will find an overview of the e-safety topics taught across the school.



How to keep your child safe online.


Parental controls


Parental controls can be used to block upsetting or harmful content, control in-app purchases or manage how long your child spends online. And the good news is parental controls are really easy to set up.


Have you tried? - You tell the website what devices you want to control and it gives you handy guides to help you set up the parental controls.


Other websites include …


Monitoring your child on the internet


Children spend too much time staring at screens and are exposed to a lot of inappropriate material. It is important that you manage their screen time and control the quality of the media they engage with. There are various apps you can download to control what your child sees and how long they can spend on their devices.


Have you tried?



Other apps include…


Useful documents 
Useful Websites