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“I come that they may have life, and have life to the full!” John 10:10

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Safeguarding

Meet our Safeguarding Leads 

Picture 1 Mrs Potts
Picture 2 Mrs Cavanagh
Picture 3 Miss Warsap
Picture 4 Mrs Dootson

If you have any safeguarding concerns about your child, or another child in the school, please speak to one of our safeguarding leads. 

News

This week I have spent time going round classrooms, getting to know some of our children a little more. My role is to primarily ensure that the children of Holy Rosary are in school, and that they feel safe and secure at all times. This is already something that is well established at Holy Rosary, but my role will enable a regular and common point of contact between school and home, should it be needed. With that being said I would also like to let parents know that I am available should you wish to call or meet with me,  if you have any concerns or to offer support in any way I can. Our shared goal is to ensure your child reaches their full potential.

Mrs Potts

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As we approach the end of our first week of a brand new school year, I would just like to take this opportunity to thank the staff and students of Holy Rosary for the most amazing welcome this week. It has been a joy spending time with the children, both in and out of class and I am really looking forward to the year ahead. Another big thank you to the parents I have had the pleasure of meeting this week, and to the ones I am yet to meet, I look forward to doing so, in the coming weeks. Your children are delightful!

Mrs Potts

August 2019 

We are delighted to introduce our new 'Family and Pupil Support Officer', Mrs Potts. 

 

                                                 

 

Mrs Potts will be joining the Holy Rosary family in September and her role will involve many different tasks. Mrs Potts role will involve many tasks including supporting parents and children, especially during difficult times, attending safeguarding meetings, discussing safeguarding referrals with parents and improving attendance.

Mrs Potts will be available each school day.   

 

Week beginning 15th July 

 

Free hotline for children involved with Children's Services.

 

 Coram Voice provides a free National Helpline for children and young people involved in Children's Services. If a child needs support with the following:

- advice on their rights abd what support they're entitled to 

- support at meetings with Children's Services to express their wishes and feelings 

- support to make a complaint if they are not happy about the decisions that have been made about them.

 

Call the Always Heard Helpline 

Freephone helpline :  08088005792

Email: help@coramvoice.org.uk

Text and WhatsApp: 07758670369

Online: www.coramvoice.org.uk/alwaysheard

 

They will explain what advocacy is and how to get an advocate. They will work with them until advocacy is in place.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4th July

Year 5 parents please read the letter regarding Secondary School places.

 

Week Beginning 20th May 

 

     

 

 

 

Week Beginning 29th April

 

What parents need to know about Fortnite

 

 

 

Week beginning 11th March 

 

Talking about internet safety with your child.

 

 

 

 

Week beginning 25th February 

 

Check out the poster "what parents need to know about MOMO".

 

Week beginning 25th February

 

Please take a look at the age rating guide for parents. This poster shows film and game age ratings. 

 

 

Week beginning 11th February

 

Monday morning we welcomed Aaron Phipps to our school. What an inspirational person. 

 

 http://www.aaronphipps.com/

Week beginning 21st January 

 

Please check out the poster below about TikTok.

 

Week Beginning - 14th January 

 

Parents, please could you take part the following survey to rate the flu programme in schools

https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/YWP889W

 

Week beginning 10th December 2018 

 

Please view this video for parents from National Safety Online. It is a song about digit gifts and staying safe online. Enjoy!

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qq8CtHpszi8&feature=youtu.be 

Week beginning 4th December

 

Check out google internet legends - the website has a section for parents and a game to play with your child relating to internet safety. 

 

Game: https://beinternetlegends.withgoogle.com/en_uk/interland

 

Web page: https://beinternetlegends.withgoogle.com/en_uk

Week beginning 4th December 2018 - Norovirus - Health Advice

We are now coming into the Norovirus ‘winter bug’ season and therefore the attached guidance will support your school in reducing the risks and potential spread of infection.  Health Advice Guide can be found below.
 
Please be reminded that children who have Norovirus symptoms must remain off school or nursery for48 hours after the last episode of vomiting or diarrhoea to stop the spread of the infection to other children and staff.

 

Week beginning 19th November - Road Safety Week 

Our assembly theme this week is 'Road Safety'. During this week it would be great if you could also discuss road safety with your child/children. We also take this opportunity to remind all car users of considerate and safe parking. 

Week beginning 12th November  - Anti-bullying Week  

Anti-bullying week starts with odd socks day on Monday 12th November. Keep a look out on twitter to see what the children have been up to.

 

Week beginning - 5th November

Take a look at our new safeguarding board for parents. 

 

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Week Beginning 29th October 

 

Please ensure that school has at least 2 up-to-date contacts. Contact the office if you need to change any of your information   

 

Week Beginning 8th October 2018 

Holy Rosary Safeguarding guide

Week beginning 24th September 

We  look forward to a visit from Sapphire, who will be speaking our KS2 children about mental health, online safety and cyber bullying. Sapphire will be replacing the missed visit from Danny Boyle, who is unfortunately still unwell.  

Safeguarding Week -  week beginning 17th September 2018

 

During our safeguarding week all children will be exploring a different area each day.

  •  Internet safety 
  • Anti-bullying - respecting ourselves and others
  • Keeping us safe - services that help us
  • Stranger danger 
  • Speaking out, staying safe - NSPCC

 

The week will include a working with the NSPCC and a visit from the PCSO's . 

Friday 25th May 2018

GDPR Privacy Notices

Our new policy and privacy notices in line with the GDPR guidance can be found

on our GDPR page

 

Wednesday 25th April 2018

Snapchat Guidance

Look at this parent guide at keeping your child safe on snapchat

 

 

Monday 19th March 2018

Lockdown Policy

Our new Lockdown policy was sent home in our Emergency procedure booklet- please ensure you know about what is required of parents in the event of a lockdown.

Thursday 8th March 2018

Inspirational People

Mrs Atkinson is leading the assembly this week and is exploring "Inspirational People".  Ask your children who they talked about and what they can remember

Tuesday 27th Feb 2018

Fire Risk Assessment

Safety is of a huge priority -  Visitors from the Health and Saftey team came to assess the school and ensure it is "fire safe".  A report will be created and shared and actions completed.

 

Thursday 8th Feb 2018

Safer Internet Day

Safer Internet Day 2018 will be celebrated globally on Tuesday 6th February 2018 with the slogan “Create, Connect and Share Respect: A better internet starts with you”.

Click here to access more information and resources..

https://www.saferinternet.org.uk/safer-internet-day/2018

 

Thursday 8th Feb 2018 @ 2pm

LAURA LANGHORN - Emotional Well-being practitioner.

Children's Mental Health Week - Parents are invited to come to meet Laura Langhorn, an Emotional Wellbeing Practitioner on Thursday 8th Feb @2pm. Laura will speak about Mental Health and then offer a chance for questions and help to signpost to services. PLEASE JOIN US

 

Week Beginning 5th Feb

Children's Mental Health Week 2018

Monday 5th Feb, we have started the week with an assembly outlining what Children's Mental health week is all about.  If you want to know more, the powerpoint used has been attached below.

 

Week Beginning 29th Jan

Worrying

FS & KS1 Assembly this week was all about "WORRYING" and the strategies we can use if we are feeling worried

 

Week Beginning 29th Jan - Our new Well-being display is going up in the hall ready for "Child mental health week" next week.  Next week we will be celebrating "Our uniqueness"

 

Week Beginning 22nd Jan 2018

This week we are practising our Fire Drills to ensure we can evacuate the school safely

 

Week Beginning 22nd Jan 2018

Our 3rd member of staff is completing their "Reach and Rescue" training provided by the swimming service to ensure they are fully compliant in supervising swimming sessions.

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