This is where we will set activities for you to complete at home, together with providing the necessary support and guidance that you may require.
Within this zone you will see;
A Video Centre where you will find videos of activities and guidance on how to approach tasks.
A Class Blog which is where we will communicate with you. You can access your class blog and post questions or comments you have about the activities you are completing.
In order to access the blog and start to communicate with your teacher you will require your blogging username and password which your teacher will provide. This will be sent to you in due course.
We plan to develop our use of both of these resources going forward, depending on the length of time that we remain closed.
The school remains responsible for safeguarding whilst we are closed.
We are here for each child and family in our school community whether they are attending school or learning from home, and recognise our moral and statutory responsibility to safeguard and promote the welfare of all children.
The DSL, Rosie Villajos Burgess can be contacted by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by phoning 01883 343 299. In the event that the DSL is not onsite, they will contact you directly as soon as they can.
If you are concerned about the safety of a child or young person you can also contact the Surrey Children's Single Point of Access (SPA). Their contact details can be found by clicking on the link below:
For families living within Tandridge, Caterham Children's Centre is able to advise and offer support with managing finances, accessing additional benefits and grants and also looking after your own and your child's mental health and wellbeing. They have a Facebook page where you can find further information about the support they offer and can be contacted by phoning 01883 348 641 or by emailing email@example.com
If you’re experiencing domestic abuse, we can put you in touch with other support organisations that understand your specific needs. Below you’ll find links to organisations who can assist you. Please note that they both have links on their pages to allow you to 'hide' what you are reading on screen and they also explain how to delete your browsing history.
Whilst you child is learning from home, they are likely to need to use online resources more than they would when in school.
Please ensure that your child only goes online whilst you are with them and that any devices that they are using have parental controls enabled to protect them from viewing any content that may not be age appropriate.
We talk to your child about e-safety whenever they use laptops and tablets at school, and we always remind them not to share any personal information online and/or to tell an adult if they see anything that makes them feel worried or anxious.
The children will recognise the characters above and should be able to tell you about learning they have done in class around e-safety in PSHE and Computing lessons.
The websites below contain resources which can be used to talk to your children about staying safe online. The organisations also offer advice on steps that you can take to ensure that your child accesses the internet safely.