Helping PARENTS KEEP THEIR CHILDREN SAFE ONLINE
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At Saint Anne's we value the formation that our children get from their parents and the role that the family plays in supporting our work in school. We encourage your input into the school and aspire to welcome you into the school family.
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Public information- Coronavirus Guidelines
Updates on COVID-19:
Guidance for educational settings:
Please remember to continue making sure the children wash their hands thoroughly and regularly to protect them against the virus. Follow the link here to see how. Hand Washing Song. If you or your child develop a high temperature or a new continuous cough follow the advice here.
Keeping Safe Online
• On the 31st March, the DfE updated its advice on the closure of educational settings: information for parents and carers. It now includes more information and resources for keeping children safe online which schools may find useful to share:
➢ Thinkyouknow (advice from the National Crime Agency to stay safe online)
Mental Health and Wellbeing
On Friday 3rd April our school family came together in prayer and song for a live stream liturgy provided by Dan and Emily from One Life Music. During the service members of staff lit candles in their homes for the health care service and for all the people affected wherever they may be.
There are always ways you can support your child in school. See below for the list of workshops or events to attend.
Parent Fitness Classes Family Creative Arts Money Sense Workshops
Employment Workshops Phonics and early Reading Active Mathem
Cooking Workshops Stay and Pray
Get expert support and practical tips to help children benefit from
What issues could be affecting your children?
Get to grips with what they may come across on the internet and how to get help if you need it. Find out what to do if you’re worried about anything you or your child has seen online.
Find out what to do if you’re worried about anything you or your child has seen online.
Thank you for all your help with
Certificates from SIFA Fireside thanking us for our donation of harvest goods:
A certificate of thanks from the NSPCC for our Number Day fundraising in February:
Certificates of thanks
A certificate of thanks for our fundraising efforts
Congratulations from Save the Children on the proceeds collected on our Christmas Jumper Day:
Use the links to find out more information
By visiting the Childcare Choices website (external link) parents will be able to find out if they could get
Following the sad passing of Miss Fortuin, we understand that some children may have questions about bereavement.
The document below attempts to provide some answers to questions that children may ask, as well as other information about the grieving and mourning processes:
If you need help or advice with domestic abuse, forced marriage, child sexual abuse, sexual violence, female genital mutilation, gang association or young people's relationships the Birmingham and Solihull Women's Aid (BSWA) can help.
You may be aware that from 25 May 2018, the rules around Data Protection are changing. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will change how personal data can be used and how it must be kept safe. The GDPR also strengthens your rights over your own data.
Saint Anne’s Catholic Primary School has always been committed to ensuring that personal and sensitive information about yourselves and your children stays safe, and whilst the GDPR is similar to the current Data Protection Act in many ways, there are a few differences, so we need to make a few changes in order to ensure we remain compliant. One of these changes is that we have updated our privacy notice. You can view our Privacy Notices and Policies.
We seek consent from you for the use of photographs/videos of your children, and as part of our work to comply with the GDPR we would like to take this opportunity to remind you that you have the right to withdraw your consent at any time. To do so, please contact the school office and ask for a Pupil Consent Form and return the completed form to the school office. If you have any questions about how the GDPR affects you, please contact us by emailing: email@example.com.
All documents on this page are in pdf format unless otherwise stated.