IMPORTANT: Open Evening 2017: Our open evening for current Year 5 pupils and their families will be held on Thursday, June 29, 5.30 - 7.30pm


Useful links for parents

Have your say on how local services for young people with SEND can be improved:

SEND Consultation A5 Flyer – interactive

Please click the link below to view the latest parents online safety newsletter, which contains information about Safer Internet Day,, NSPCC guidance on parental controls and talking to children about terrorism.

SSCT Parents online safety Newsletter Spring 2017




The SEND link above takes you directly to details of the Poole local offer

The NSPCC website contains a lot of useful information about radicalisation. It also contains information on a wide range of other safeguarding issues.

Poole’s Family Information Service provides details of childcare, services and activities

family information service logo

PACE is the leading national charity working with parents and carers of sexually exploited children. For more information about this issue and the support they offer, click here:

Online safety

The NSPCC and O2 have launched a campaign to illustrate how innocent searches online can lead to not so innocent results. Highlights how using parental controls to block or filter content can help keep children safe online and includes information on how to set up parental controls on mobiles and tablets, home computers, search engines and games consoles.

Source: NSPCC   Date: 06 January 2017

Children’s engagement with the internet and social media

The Children’s Commissioner for England has published a report looking into how well children are prepared to engage with the internet. Findings include: opaque and lengthy social media terms and conditions mean children unknowingly waive privacy rights; a Mumsnet survey of nearly 900 parents of children aged 2-18 showed that 73% were concerned about their children accessing inappropriate material online, 49% were worried about their child oversharing personal information, and 41% felt they needed more advice to make informed decisions about their children’s online use. Recommendations include: a champion for children’s rights online is needed to enforce their rights with social media companies; an obligatory digital citizenship programme for 4 to 14 year-olds should be set up.

Source: Children’s Commissioner for England  Date: 04 January 2017

Film warning about online grooming

Leicestershire Police has made its film to raise awareness of the dangers of online grooming publicly available. Based on the story of teenager Kayleigh Haywood, the film highlights how quickly and easily children can be groomed online without them or those around them knowing it is happening. Kayleigh’s love story is available to watch online in eight different versions, including a signed version, and audio described version and versions translated into five languages. It has previously been shown to schoolchildren aged 11 and above in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland in controlled screenings by specially trained officers.

Source: Leicestershire Police  Date: 03 January 2017

Further information: Kayleigh’s love story

Audio described – Kayleigh’s love story

BSL and subtitles – Kayleigh’s love story

Gujarati – Kayleigh’s love story

Hindi – Kayleigh’s love story

Polish – Kayleigh’s love story

Punjabi – Kayleigh’s love story

Urdu – Kayleigh’s love story

Keeping Children Safe in Education Leaflet – Sep 2016


Thought of the week

B.B. King The beautiful thing about learning is that no one can take it away from you.


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