Useful information for Parents and Carers

Year 1 Phonics Screening 2018


 Please click here to see the Powerpoint presentation for the Year 1 Phonics Screening 2018



Anti-bullying week - 12th November to 16th November 2018

Below are some useful guides on how to deal with certain types of bullying:


Dealing with bullying by 'Fogging'


Keep safe from cyber-bullying



Educational links 

These websites may be useful for supporting pupil learning:


CBeebies website


BBC Bitesize website

TES Resources

Maths activities

Times tables


This website has amazing activities for parents and carers to do with their children to develop their language skills.


A study has found that many primary pupils are below recommended levels of fitness for their age.  Conducted by Fit For Sport, the research involved 10,000 primary pupils and found that 67% were unable to reach targets in jumping, running and throwing.  Fit For Sport has created a free online portal where parents can complete and Activity Challenge with their children.  Click here to enter the website.




Parents and children can find information about keeping children safe, guidance on ‘selfies’ and safe use of social media by using the links below:

Social Media Guidance


Minecraft - A Parent's Guide


You Tube safety factsheet


Click here for parent internet safety information



The following document has been put together to give you 'top tips' on how to keep your children safe online, with some useful links too.

E-Safety tips

Internet safety -Talking Base information


Other useful links


The links below may be useful for parents:


Child Protection leaflet


Department for Education

Bexley Council - Education pages


Parent Info provides high quality information to parents and carers about their children's wellbeing and resilience.

This service is free and ranges across a wide range of subject matter, from difficult topics about sex, relationships and the internet or body image and peer pressure to broader parenting topics like ‘how much sleep do teenagers need?’


Click here for the Parent Info website.