Reopening

Dear Parents and Carers,

Following the announcement yesterday the school is working hard on getting ready to reopen on the 8th March.

We are aiming to share more information this week, but this is reliant on government updates.

While we prepare for return please can you support your child to get back into good day/work routines, and sleep patterns. If you need help, please ask.

Please continue to get test if any symptoms develop.

Staff will ring you next week to further discuss.

If you have borrowed tablets or dongles these will need to be returned.

If you have borrowed laptops, these can be borrowed for a bit longer.

We will continue using SeeSaw work as our primary learning tool, allowing you to see your child’s progress through Family SeeSaw.

If any details, like email addresses or phone number have changed, please update us.

Thank you for your continued support, and hopefully, I look forward to seeing you all very soon.

I will update you this week.

Mr Fox and TEAM Donnington

3 ways to boost online safety for Safer Internet Day

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Hello

We know you have limited face-to-face time these days, so helping your pupils to manage digital risks might feel like a challenge.

But with Safer Internet Day on the horizon, now is actually a great opportunity to reinforce all those crucial online safety messages. And with the Be Internet Legends team on your side, it doesn’t have to be so hard. Here are three ways to equip families with the tools they need to Be Internet Legends at home.

Send important safeguarding tips home

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Most children are learning remotely right now – so they might not be able to access all the safeguarding protection that schools provide.

Our Family Lockdown Guide is designed for you to share with parents, so they can reinforce important messages at home.

It’s full of advice to help parents have the sort of conversations they need to be having right now – and encourage children to be brave and speak up if they’re unsure about anything they come across online.

You can either download everything as a zip and send it home – or point families towards the files on our hub.

Download the Family Lockdown Guide
Share the links on the parent hub

Help families develop internet security routines

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Keen to make sure your families are sticking to good internet security routines? We’re running a 20-minute parent drop-in about Being Internet Secure on Monday at 3.30pm.

Our experts will share tips about teaching children to build mega strong passwords – and develop helpful habits whenever they go online. It’s not a one-way street, though – we’d love to hear questions and ideas from parents.

Share in your Safer Internet Day comms
Until next time,

The Be Internet Legends team

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Learn Telford Online events

Please find attached two online activities/events planned through Learn Telford in February.

The “Hobby Hour” is planned over 4 weeks where people can share ideas, learn together and inspire each other to be creative when many people feel very isolated and alone during the current restrictions. There is no requirement for learners to make items and hobbies can be wide and varied. Details on Learn Telford: http://learntelford.ac.uk/Search/FullDetails/7931721

We have also planned a quiz simply for fun and again to offer people who are isolated and lonely to have the opportunity to engage with others, unfortunately there are no prizes for taking part. Details on Learn Telford: http://learntelford.ac.uk/Search/FullDetails/7931722

Online Quiz Poster (002).docx

Online Craft session Feb 2021.docx

Monday 25th Jan

School closed for all pupils due to adverse weather conditions. The road and pavements around school and the school property are not safe for travel. We will endeavor to get school open for tomorrow. All learning will be online.

Mr Fox

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