Keeping our children safe is at the heart of our school and staff are committed to ensuring the continued development of our policies and procedures. We have extensive security measures in place around online-safety which are monitored both internally and externally to ensure they are off the highest standard. These robust and proactive measures help us to safeguard the children in our care from the potential dangers associated with using online systems. E-safety is taught to all pupils through our computing curriculum and through our daily practices and procedures. In our ever changing world it is essential that we work together to progress our understanding and experience of technologies, ensuring that we consistent in our understanding and approaches to staying safe online.

Useful Links for Parents

Child Exploitation & Online Protection


Internet Matters

UK Safer Internet Centre

CBBC – Stay Safe Online for children and parents/carers

Keep Them Safe

Family Online Safety Institute

Parents’ Guide to Internet Safety

BBC Bitesize

Internet Watch Foundation

Common Sense Media




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Parking for School

We seem to have an ongoing issue with parents parking around school which is causing upset and obstruction

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What's On

  • WORLD BOOK DAY 5th March 2020 All Day Event


    Children can come into school dressed as their favorite book character or alternatively wear pyjamas and bring their favorite bedtime story.  children will receive a £1 book token which can be used at our upcoming book fair (TBA)

  • Y5/Y6 Good Shepherd 12th March 2020 All Day Event

    Y5/Y6 Good Shepherd

  • Y3/Y4 Good Shepherd 19th March 2020 All Day Event

    Y3/Y4 Good Shepherd