Update from Jon Whitcombe, Trust Principal -
As you will be aware, the DfE has stated that Year 10 and Year 12 students will receive some “face to face” contact with their teachers during Term 6. Currently, we are awaiting guidance from the DfE as to what this means in practice.
Once the guidance is published we will develop our plans and make the necessary arrangements. On June 1st we will write to you explaining what “face to face” means in practice and we will be in a position to confirm when this will commence.
Please note that the current arrangements for online teaching for Years 10 and 12 will continue until further notice.- Read More
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It is becoming increasingly important to keep up to date with online safety information. Here at The Whitstable School we want to ensure that pupils understand how to be safe when they are surfing the internet and using social media.
It is vital that pupils understand the dangers that they could face when they are online and how to protect themselves from them. Our aim is to provide our pupils and parents with the tools needed to be able to recognise the potential dangers online.
If you would like to discuss the content of the online safety section of our website, then please contact our Designated Safeguarding Lead, Miss Murphy, at email@example.com or by calling main reception.
Please see our Online Safety Policy here.
Below are some helpful websites you may wish to look at for information and advice.
The CEOP website allows you to make reports about anything concerning that is internet based. This could be anything such as offensive material, online abuse or any concerns about a child. Any reports made to CEOP are treated with high importance by specialists trained how to offer help and advice to parents and children. They may also pass on important information to the police or the school agencies if this is a necessary step.
CEOP also has its own channel on YouTube where there are educational films and resources that can be used by parents in supporting their child’s education.
Similarly, there are a range of links on this website which can take you to other websites such as the NSPCC and BeatBullying websites.