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Coronavirus

Return to School Sept 2020 Coronavirus Response

CV Letter to parents 22nd March 2020

CV Support for INDIVIDUALS AND FAMILIES

Supporting mental health and wellbeing – Covid-19 and general

School nurse support during Covid-19
If young people have a health worry that can call or email school nurses directly via our duty desk.
The NHS 0-19 Public health team including Health Visitors and School nurses will continue to be available via our duty desk: Tel: 821388 Email: www.0-19dutydesk@nhs.net We have a Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/IOWPHTEAM/ We recommend that parents and young people have a look at these websites for general health advice.
https://what0-18.nhs.uk/
https://www.nhs.uk/ 

 

Things to do…

Please look under ‘Pupil Zone’, ‘Great Websites’ for some places you can go for educational games linked to the National Curriculum that help build skills in maths, english, science, ICT and more.

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Dates for your Diary – Shalfleet

Dates for your Diary – Shalfleet 

WE RUN COLLECTIVE WORSHIP EVERY FRIDAY AT 8:45AM WHERE WE SHARE GOLD TICKETS/GOLD AWARDS. HOWEVER PLEASE SEE BELOW FOR ACHIEVEMENTS AND CLASS SHARING AND ANY OTHER DATES.

Due to CV-19 situation, we are not going to be able to have parents into CW for the first term. Mrs Grainger and Mrs Westhorpe are going to Zoom into classes across the Federation on Friday mornings to do a virtual celebration worship.

September 
1st – 3rd Development Days
4th – Children Back to School
17th – Parent Forum 2-3pm
19th – IOW Day
21st – International Day of Peace
 
October
1st – Photographer in School
15th – Open Day
16th – Inspire Day
16th – Last Day of School
 
November
2nd – Back to School
16th – 20th – AntiBullying Week
25th – Parent Forum 2-3pm
30th – Flu clinic
 
December
4th – Christingle
10th – Christmas Dinner
16th – Bake Off
17th – Christmas Music Evening
18th – Christmas Worship
18th – Last Day of School for Pupils
21st – Development Day
22nd – Development Day
 
January
4th – Back to School
 
February
2nd – Parent Forum 2-3pm
12th – Inspire Talks
12th – Last Day of School
22nd – Back to School
 
March
4th – World Book Day
23rd – Parent Forum 2-3pm
26th – Easter Service
26th – Last Day School
 
April
12th – Back to School
26th – Parent Forum 2-3pm
 
May
10th – 14th – Key Stage 2 SATS Week
28th – Inspire Talks
28th – Last Day School
 
June
7th – Back to School
16th – Parent Forum 2-3pm
 
July
7th – Sports Day
8th – Football BBQ Evening
13th & 14th – Y6 Transition Days
20th – Leavers Meal
23rd – Leavers Worship
23rd – Last Day School
 
 
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Keeping Parents informed – Safeguarding

If you are worried or unsure that a child may be suffering, or have suffered harm, neglect or abuse please contact:

Hants Direct on 03003000117

 

Other useful information about keeping children safe can also be found at:

http://www.iowscb.org.uk  Isle of Wight Safeguarding Children’s Board

http://www.barnardos.org.uk Barnardo’s

https://www.iwight.com/wightchyps The Isle of Wight Family Information Zone

Island Womens Refuge Tel: 01983 825981

Isle of Wight Foodbank Tel: 01983 292040 Emergency food for local people in crisis

 

Allegations Against People in a Position of Trust
If you believe that a child has been harmed by a person in a position of trust, you should contact the Local Authority Designated Officer (LADO)
The LADO should be advised of all cases where it is alleged that a person who works with children has:
Behaved in a way that has harmed, or may have harmed, a child.

Possibly committed a criminal offence against, or related to, a child.

Behaved towards a child or children in a way that indicated s/he is unsuitable to work with children

LADO (Local Authority Designated Officer) lado@iow.gov.uk Telephone: 01983 823723

 

Keeping Children Safe Online
There are several ways to safeguard children. Undoubtedly the most effective way is to educate them from an early age about the risks they may encounter when online, what these risks are, how to spot them and what action to take.

  • Set ground rules about the use of the internet, email and texts. They should learn to take responsibility for their own actions and develop their own judgement.
  • Make children aware that online contacts may not be who they say they are
  • Children should keep personal details private
  • Ensure that they use a family email when filling in online forms
  • They must never meet someone they have only met online without a trusted adult present
  • Get your children to report concerns about conversations, messages and behaviours to you or another trusted adult. Encourage them to share their internet experience with you.
  • Get children to report bullying online, by text or phone immediately to you
  • Use parental control settings on your browser, search engine and internet security package
  • Block pop-ups and spam emails
  • Always sit with younger children when they are online
  • Watch out for any unusual or secretive behaviour from your child when they are using the internet
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