If you have any concerns or queries regarding safeguarding please contact Mrs Luxon. In her absence please contact Mr Coombs or Mrs Terrey. They are St George’s safeguarding officers.
The below link takes you to a Government pages with a variety of links to many different resources. They are split into Secondary, Primary etc.
Please share the following information with your child so they are ready to start school in September. Have a lovely Summer Holiday.
Friday 28th February
This week we had a visit from the NSPCC discussing staying safe online. The children were given tips and advice. In KS1 we discussed staying safe in general with links to online safety.
Monday 27th February 2019
Thank you to those parents who attended the E-Safety information meeting after school. Mr Wilson will be holding another of these sessions later in the year (dates to be confirmed).
Please see the poster below for information on Age Ratings. It contains all the information you may need!
Please see the poster below for information on Catfishing.
Friday 11th March 2016 – Recently we had a visit from the Safer Schools Community Team to talk to the children about internet safety. The officer who visited then emailed Mr. Wilson to express his admiration for the schools approach to teaching internet safety. Please read his email below:
As from September 2015, St. George’s Primary School will oversee attendance and term-time absences. Please see the statement below
Help your child at home – Maths
Please click on the links below to view the methods we teach the children for solving calculation problems (+-x÷). Although year groups are named, these are only recommendations and teachers will teach a method specific to the needs of the child.
The below link takes you to a page that explains how you can help your child in Maths. You can also seek advice from your child’s class teacher.
At the most recent parents evening we asked our parents to fill out a survey about the school and its approach to particular areas of their child’s education and school experience. We would like to thank those people who completed the surveys and the results can be found below.
Administering Medicines In School
All medication must be brought in by a parent /adult in a labelled container. On no account must a child bring any form of medication into the school. A permission to administer medicine form will need to be signed by a parent / carer. If the form is not brought in by a child’s parent then the school office will telephone you to obtain verbal confirmation.