IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Black Lives Matter Statement - June 2020


Bereavement Support - 18th May 2020

Bereavement Support and Resources - 21st April 2020


Year 11 Festival of Futures Transition Resources


At Home Learning Update Letter 29th April 2020


Reading Support Letter 3rd April 2020


Click here to access Spiritual material for families


Parents/Carers - Please read - School Closure letter


Parents/Carers: Letter from the Principal - Home Learning document 

 

Home Learning information

Home Learning guidance - Year 7 & Year 8

 

Year 9 Home Learning letter - May 2020

Year 9 Home Learning timetable - May 2020

 

Year 10 Home Learning letter - May 2020

Year 10 Home Learning timetable - May 2020

 

KS3 Home Learning documents from Monday 13th July

Year 7 - Home learning tasks (Click here for additional resources for Year 7)

Year 8 - Home learning tasks (Click here for additional resources for Year 8)


 KS3 Summer Home Learning documents from 20th July

Year 7 - Home Learning Summer 2020 (Click here for additional resources for Year 7)

Year 8 - Home Learning Summer 2020 (Click here for additional resources for Year 8)


Coronavirus advice from Public Health England (Please read) - 13 March 2020


2020 GCSE Prep Timetable (updated 17 March 2020)


Parents/Carers - please keep your ParentPay accounts topped-up to ensure your children can buy lunch.

 

Internet Safety

E Safety or electronic safety refers to the knowledge of the dangers that the Internet poses and the ability to prevent these dangers by taking action.

Here at St Paul’s we encourage our students to take the necessary steps to remain safe while using the Internet. Many students use Social Media sites to connect and communicate with friends regularly.

Ways in which students can ensure that they are safe online are listed below:

  • Don’t post any personal information online such as your address or mobile number
  • Keep your privacy settings high so that only your friends can see your profile
  • Never give out your passwords to anyone
  • Don’t meet up with people you’ve only met online
  • Respect other people’s opinions, don’t post offensive comments or bully anyone online
  • Always tell an adult if you feel uncomfortable, unsafe or worried about something you’ve experienced online
  • Click the ‘Report Abuse’ button to highlight abuse you might have encountered while on the Internet 

 

  

Students will have lessons on E Safety as well as Assemblies and workshops conducted by staff at St Paul’s and external agencies.

At St Paul’s Academy we have a very robust filtering system known as ESafe. This software is able to detect when a student has typed something inappropriate whilst using the computers at school. A weekly report is generated and staff are alerted to any suspicious or inappropriate online activity by students. In addition to detecting such activity, ESafe also blocks unsuitable sites to ensure that students are safe online. Parents and Carers are shown a presentation on Induction Evening for the Year 7 cohort and this presentation highlights how teenagers interact with technology and tips on how to assist them in staying safe online. We encourage parents/carers to talk to their children about their Internet activity and also to ensure that they are using Social Media appropriately.

For more information on Cyberbullying and how to help your child, please click here.


Please click on the logos below to explore useful websites for more tips on Internet Safety. 

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