Keeping children safe
during lockdown and beyond
Western Primary School
Western Primary School is part of the Federation with Scartho nursery School.
Western Primary School provides a stimulating environment where curiosity is welcomed, enquiry encouraged and an excitement of learning is fostered. We try to enhance the life of each child, equipping them with the skills and knowledge to take a full part in society.
We promote understanding and respect for democracy, tolerance, fairness and respect for self, others and the environment and encourage collaborative learning. We also enable pupils to distinguish between right and wrong and accept responsibility for actions and behaviours.
We enable each child to feel pride in their efforts and to have confidence in their own abilities. We are striving to achieve a successful school of which staff, children, parents and the community will be proud and where all are welcomed, feel safe & secure and valued.
COVID-19 and wider reopening of schools
Many parents will have questions and concerns regarding the wider reopening of schools since 1st June. Here you will find the measures that we are taking to ensure the safety of your children. We will keep you updated as new information becomes available. In the meantime, if you have any queries, please get in touch.
Witth children spending more time online, especially in current times, it’s as important as ever to keep children safe online. These resources can help you to deliver online safety at home:
In response to reports that the COVID-19 social distancing measures are increasing risks young people face from online and other forms of grooming, we are contacting you to highlight a unique package of support we have in the Humberside Police Force area.
See these links for more information:
Nobody should suffer in silence. If you or someone you know is suffering domestic abuse and violence help is available 24/7. We’ve put together a list of local agencies you can call to get help. In an emergency always dial 999.
With children potentially spending more time online over the coming weeks it is more important than ever to know the risks. gov.uk have reccomended the following information for schools, teachers and childen:
Internet matters – www.internetmatters.org
London grid for learning – www.lgfl.net/onlline-safety
Net-aware – www.net-aware.org/uk
Parent info – www.parentinfo.org
Think U Know – www.thinkuknow.co.uk
UK safer internet centre – www.saferinternet.org.uk/advice-centre/paretns-and-carers