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April 2019 - School News
11th April 2019
Helping The Local Community
We would just like to say a massive thank you to the pupils, staff, parents and carers from Northern House School (City of Wolverhampton) and Northern House School (PRU) who have donated a Easter Egg to support our local soup Kitchen.
Spring Fete 2019
We would like to invite all our parents and carers to our Spring Fete on Friday 12th April – we look forward to seeing you all there!
TLC Outdoor Learning
A group of students who are linked with TLC have been taking part in a variety of activities as part of their outdoor learning at various country parks close to school.
March 2019 - School News
1st March 2019
Keep your child safe online
Dear all parents and careers, please see below guidance in relation to the MOMO Challenge.
Please be vigilant with your child’s internet usage.
February 2019 - School News
Online Safety - Important Information for parents.
The internet is a fantastic resource for children and young people to go online to connect with friends, browse the internet for information, especially if they need help with homework; to chat with others and play games. It's also a great way to express themselves creatively, by sharing images or videos. However, as well as these positive online experiences, there can also be risks.
Please remember to talk to your children about the positives and negatives of being online, sometimes we forget this is just important if not more so than stranger danger, road safety etc.
It can also be difficult to keep track of what your child is seeing online, and make sure they don't see anything that's distressing or not age-appropriate.
Please see the links below for advice and information:
- Tik-Tok App
- 7 Questions o help start a conversation
- Age Ratings
- Youtube parents guide
- Fortnite parents guide
What you can do:
- Check out the apps and sites they're using.
- Talk about age ratings - Remember sites like facebook, tiktok and Instagram all have an age rating of 13 + for a reason.
- Set up parental controls.
- Be Proactive - Talk to your child about things in the news events or television story lines about what they should do if they were faced with these situations.
- Agree rules and boundaries - The important thing is to get the balance right. Agreeing on what times they can go online and explain.
If you need any help or advice please contact Miss Baugh or alternatively visit;
January 2019 - School News
28th January 2019
Changes to the way OFSTED inspects schools
News and features from BBC News - Education and Family
- More female teachers report upskirting, says union
The NASUWT union says schools should consider banning mobile phones to protect staff and pupils.