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  • "Pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND) receive good support. Staff adapt the curriculum to take account of these pupils’ needs, in consultation with parents. Pupils with SEND are fully included in the life of the school."

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Online Safety


The safety of our children is of paramount importance to us, and we are acutely aware of the ever-increasing need to educate our pupils about staying safe online. In partnership with the National Online Safety project, we have a comprehensive scheme of learning that we deliver throughout school to reflect the continually changing world of technology.

National Online Safety has also produced some useful parent information leaflets, covering a range of topics, which you can access by clicking on the links below.

Below is a link to this week's #wakeupwednesday parent guide.

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10 Top Tips for Parents and Educators: Promoting Physical Wellbeing 

This free guide offers expert advice on how to impress the importance of physical wellbeing on children and young people.

Football’s European Championship is now well underway, and this huge event could potentially get children interested in having a go on the pitch themselves – or perhaps they’re already passionate about sport. It could present a great opportunity to get young people engaged in physical activity and regular exercise, which has proven positive impacts on all facets of their health – including mental and emotional wellbeing. 

With all that said, it can sometimes be difficult to get children and young people motivated to take part in sports and other exercise, but there are certainly ways to do so. This guide provides you with some top tips from our expert on how to encourage young people to stay active and remain invested in their physical welfare.


 

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