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E-Safety

ICT in the 21st Century is seen as an essential resource to support learning and teaching, as well as playing an important role in the everyday lives of children, young people and adults. Consequently, at Petersfield we need to build in the use of these technologies in order to arm our young people with the skills to access life-long learning and employment.

E-safety involves pupils, staff, governors and parents making best use of technology, information, training and this policy to create and maintain a safe online and ICT environment for Petersfield School.

"As in any other area of life, children and young people are vulnerable and may expose themselves to danger - knowingly or unknowingly - when using the Internet and other digital technologies. Indeed, some young people may find themselves involved in activities which are inappropriate or possibly illegal. To ignore e-safety issues when implementing the requirements of Every Child Matters could ultimately lead to significant gaps in child protection policies, leaving children and young people vulnerable."
From: Safeguarding Children in a Digital World. BECTA 2006

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Latest News

For more information on Covid-19, please visit the 'Covid-19' page under the 'Classes' drop down menu for regular updates, videos and resources.

3rd June - Another fantastic start to the day. Well done everyone! If you are not in school, look out for the email with another story in today. If you want to send us a story you have read, we look forward to hearing it.

2nd June - We are absolutely delighted to see more parents and pupils today as we open to all keyworkers in all year groups. Every single person came in with a smile on their face and has quickly adapted to the changes. The socialising and learning has been a pleasure to see. Well done everyone.

1st June - Welcome back to Summer Half Term 2. Whilst is is very different to normal, it is great to see a few children in school today and taken the changes in their stride. For those children back in school, we are ringing you! Please listen our for our call!

16th April - This is 'National Offer Day' for new EYFS pupils due to join us in reception in September 2020. Welcome! Despite it not being in term time, please do email the office to accept your place. We look forward to responding to you with our transition plan after the Easter closure.

3rd April - Over Easter, the keyworkers and vulnerable provision is being hosted at Foxton school. For more information or if you need to contact us in an emergency, please see the Covid-19 page under the 'classes' drop down menu.

20th Mar - School is regrettably now closed as per government guidance. Please see the 'Covid-19' page under 'Classes' for more up to date information.

19th Mar - Year 5 and 6 researched, planned and planted the donated trees in the school grounds today.

17th Mar - Despite current events, well done to the year 6 children who participated so well in the 'booster' class tonight.

13th Mar - A huge thank you to everyone who gave so generously for dress down day. We have many chocolate goodies for FOPS.

13th Mar - Well done to all the pupils who received a Headteacher Award today. Their attitude to learning was an example to all.

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Notices

SCHOOL CLOSURE: From 3:15pm on Friday 20th March, school will close until further notice in line with government guidance.


Covid-19 Coronavirus update
-We continue to follow the regularly updated government guidance available via this link.
-You can find further information on the Public Health England Blog and the NHS UK website.


Guidance includes:
-wash your hands regularly - use soap and water for at least 20 seconds each time.
-cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in a bin. Catch it, Bin it, Kill it.


-People who feel unwell (new continuous cough and high temperature) should stay at home and all members of the household should self isolate for 14 days.


-If you or your child feels unwell or have any concerns or questions, please follow the government guidance then alert the school immediately.


The newspaper article about 'Max and Milky make it to Mars' - written by our Book Club volunteer Ute - is here. She has kindly donated a copy of her book to our school library.


Please see our vacancies page for an opportunity for a Playworker.


Run Orwell - back on the last Sunday in June 2020! Offering chipped timed 10K and 5K routes, and a 2K fun run, there will be something for everyone.


Save yourself time naming uniform and raise money for school. Visit www.stikins.co.uk. Quote code 15787


As we explained in a newsletter, we have updates our policies and privacy notice about how we process data in line with GDPR (General Data Protection Regulations). Click here for the updated policies.


Is your child due to start school in September 2020? If so, click here to find out more about how to visits and learn about how to apply to join our fantastic school.


Are you interested in being a Governor? Do you have HR or Finance skills? If so, please do visit our Governors' webpage to find out more about the strategic role of our Governors.


Funding for Petersfield - As you may have read in the media, school funding is under threat. Please click here to see the information about how you can continue to help.


We apologise for the intermittent, continuing fault on the phone line which we have again reported to the telephone company. Should you need to reach us, please press '6' immediately the phone is answered. Alternatively email the office.

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