Please come along to our Building Learning Power Workshop
Wednesday 28th Sept 3.30 at school
Parents will remember that our school has been working very hard over the last year to develop positive learning strategies through adopting Building Learning Power (BLP). The aim of BLP is to ensure that every child sees themselves as a lifelong learner; we believe children should be empowered to see that learning takes place all of the time and should not be confined to just the classroom and school. The aim and culture of BLP inspired schools allows children to train and develop their learning muscles, enabling them to become… – More curious;
– More ready, willing and able to learn with and through others;
– More willing to take a risk in their learning;
– More emotionally intelligent
– More creative;
– More thoughtful;
In order to help us develop our BLP skills we have chosen some child to be BLP Ambassadors. Our ambassadors, along with Mr Harris would like to invite all parents to a BLP workshop on Wed 28th Sept 3.30pm in the hall. This will be a great opportunity for parents to find out more about BLP, how it can help your child learn and of course to see our ambassadors showcasing their BLP skills.
Please come along, it’d be great to see you there!
At Perranporth School we highly value your comments and views. As we are always looking for ways to further improve our provision, we would be very grateful if any parents/carers would take five minutes to complete our SEN Questionnaire by clicking the link below.
At Perranporth School we have a duty of care to all of our pupils. We have a duty to pass on any child protection or safeguarding concerns to the Children’s Early Help, Psychology & Social Care Services and/or Multi Agency Referral Unit (MARU). Contacts for these and other agencies can be found here:Safeguarding Contacts or on our Safeguarding information page
Safeguarding at Perranporth – who to speak to: Click Here
E-safety @ Perranporth
At Perranporth E-safety forms a part of everyday school life. We continue to raise awareness of internet safety by joining in with Safer Internet Day each year. ‘Safer Internet Day’ this year was the thirteenth edition of the event and it took place worldwide on Tuesday 9th February 2016. The theme for ‘Safer Internet Day 2016’ was ‘Play your part for a better internet’.
The day gave us the opportunity to think about the positive uses of technology and the role we can all play to create a better internet. “The theme encouraged us to consider what we do online, the way we behave and communicate and how we should always endeavor to be positive and post positive content.
What you don’t know CAN hurt them
The current standard advice from experts in the field of e-safety is that talking to children and young people is the best protection against the risks they might encounter online. Whether in school or at home, the argument goes, open conversation helps build confidence and resilience. READ MORE
How to set up filters on your home internet to help prevent age inappropriate content being accessed on devices in your home.
The 4 big internet providers in the UK – BT, Sky, TalkTalk and Virgin Media – provide their customers with free parental controls which can be activated at any time. They have come together to produce helpful video guides to help you to download and set-up the controls offered by your provider.CLICK HERE TO SEE THEM NOW.
Dates for Your Diary
Perranporth INSET Days 2016-17:
Mon 5th Sep 2016, Mon 31st Oct 2016, Tue 3rd Jan 2017, Feb 22nd 2017, Fri 26th May 2017,
Playgroup – Every Tuesday 9 – 10:30 in the school hall Cost £1.50 – Refreshments Included. Please note that Playgroup is TERM TIME ONLY.
School Business Manager – Mrs A Barrett
Head Teacher – Mr A Johnson
You can contact the School Office by telephone on 01872 572021
You can email us via firstname.lastname@example.org
Perranporth School is a two-story building with steps and wheelchair lifts to the classrooms and other teaching areas. Should you require “step free” access to the building, please contact he school office (01872 572021) to arrange access via an alternative route and use of disabled facilities. There is a designated disabled parking bay in the car park.
Be SMART with their phone!
For many parents, the convenience of knowing where their kids are at all times is more than enough to warrant the price of a smart phone. In fact, a solid 90% of children under the age of 16 in the UK have a mobile. But as with anything else, smart phones come with both their pros and their cons, and when you’re talking about kids, the issue gets even trickier.
From cyber bullying to inappropriate web content, being able to contact strangers, being able to rack up hefty cell phone bills, all these things come to mind when we start thinking about the dangers of impressionable kids using a mobile. And truth be told, those dangers do exist. There’s no avoiding the fact that you do run a risk by giving your child a mobile.
Follow this link tiggermobiles.com to see a wealth of information, advice and support about how best to keep your children safe.
More training and information for parents can be downloaded by clicking the links below.
AGE – THE LAW
The minimum age to open an account on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, Tumblr, Kik, and Snapchat is 13. YouTube requires account holders to be 18, but a 13-year-old can sign up with a parent’s permission.