Good attendance is necessary for all children, research shows that children who attend school regularly and punctually perform better overall and in their later lives. Therefore, the Government expects the level of school attendance for all primary aged pupils to be no lower than 97%
There have been a lot of complaints recently regarding parking around school before and after school. Please be considerate when parking, as some parents with pushchairs have not been able to get past due to parking on corners of the streets and residents have been blocked in.
We have several children in school with severe nut allergies, which require an Epi Pen. Please do not send your child into school with any nuts or nut products e.g Nutella spread for snack or lunch, as this could be life threatening to these children.


** The Next week of action for complex safeguarding in Tameside is the week commencing 17th October 2022. As always social media is one of the ways young people are groomed into being victims of sexual exploitation, Criminal exploitation, modern slavery etc.

The Vodafone digital parenting magazine is a useful resource for parents to understand their children’ s use of social media and what they can do as parents to help keep them safe on line.

Hard copies can be ordered but there is also a downloadable version available on the link below **

Reporting Online abuse or inappropriate content

E-Safety Letters and Termly Newsletters

Internet Safety day letter February 2023

Online Safety Newsletter for parents Spring 2022

Online Safety Newsletter for parents Summer 2022

Online Safety Newsletter for parents Spring 2023

Online games warning letter

Parental Questionnaires

Resources for Parents


Keeping children safe online

Vodafone Digital Parenting Booklet

What companies do with your child’s online information

Resources for Pupils

Parental Workshops


Online Gaming

Self-harm/online self harm – Advice for parents