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Sir Christopher Hatton


E Safety & AT HOME

The move to secondary may change the nature of the support that your child needs at home, but the quality and focus of their efforts outside of the Academy will make a significant impact on their progress over the years.

The links below are from the BBC and are designed to help you consider ways of support your child outside of school time. As these are external links, some of the guidance may differ slightly from that given from time to time by the Academy but overall, the advice is sound, reflective and helpful.

Online tips for parents of 11-13 year olds

Click here

E-safety tips for the parents of teenagers

Click here

Digital Parent Magazine - Issue 3 Click here
Supporting your child at secondary school Click here  
Helping your child through exams Click here
Holiday activities Click here
Supporting your child's sex education Click here
Note the dates on the pages are out of date but the advice / links remain useful
GCSE Results Day Click here
A level / AS level Results day Click here
Stay safe online... Click here
Cyberstreetwise Click here
Or visit Cyberstreetwise on Facebook Click here
ThinkuKnow... An invaluable site offering advice on eSafety from CEOP Click here

All staff, pupils, parents/carers and visitors must be aware that use of the school network and internet is closely monitored and that if appropriate, individual usage can be traced.